ISLAMABAD: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday said that threats of Prime Minister Imran Khan to former president and co-chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) are unacceptable.
A day earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan had said his first target was Asif Ali Zardari, whose gun had been pointed at him for a long time.
Responding to the prime minister’s statement, Bilawal said he had never used a gun but knew how to use it. He stressed that politics will be responded to through politics, but such threats are unacceptable.
Referring to the drone attack on Aseefa Bhutto Zardari, the PPP chairman called for an investigation into the attack on the agency, claiming that the incident was an attempt to send a message to him and his father.
Birawal Bhutto further stated that Imran Khan was using more vulgar language because he could see his end coming.
It is worth mentioning that Prime Minister Imran Khan announced on Wednesday that he will turn his gun on former President Asif Zardari after winning the confidence of the House of Commons.
Addressing charged PTI workers at the Governor House in Karachi, PM Imran Khan claimed that the motion is the “political death” of the Opposition.
“I was telling my team that they (Opposition) have done what I was praying for,” said PM Imran while speaking to the party workers during his day-long visit to Karachi — which was aimed at gaining assurance from MQM-P for their support amid the no-trust motion.
“No-confidence motion is their political death,” PM Imran Khan told his workers about the Opposition.