ISLAMABAD: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilwal Bhutto Zardari said on Sunday that we will join hands with everyone to overthrow the undemocratic prime minister.
Addressing a news conference in Islamabad the PPP Chairman said that we went to every person who could help in getting rid of the selected. If our numbers were not complete, would Imran Khan have been panicking. I challenge the National Assembly to convene today.
He also asked the PM to answer that who he has been referring to as animals in his speech.
The PPP Leader stated that Imran Khan believes in fixed match, adding that all democratic forces are using constitutional right against the undemocratic person. Not only the opposition but also the people are with us on the no-confidence motion.
The Long March proved that the Prime Minister has lost the trust of the people. They would not be allowed to manipulate, Bilawal added.
Further on it, he said that every member has the right to go to Parliament and exercise their right to vote. Police forced their way into the Capitol and arrested MPs. No member should be prevented from voting.
We are a peaceful and democratic people. He went on to say that we protested across the country for ten days without throwing stones.
Bilawal Bhutto also stated that the Prime Minister’s representatives are announcing that we will not count the votes. We appeal to the Chief Justice and the Chief Election Commissioner to allow the representatives to cast their votes.
The PPP Chairman expressed that No-confidence is against this foreign policy which has isolated Pakistan in the world. Imran Khan has created anarchy in the society. We want fair and transparent elections. We cannot tolerate the country being harmed by one person.
He further mentioned that the foreign funding case is still pending in the Election Commission. We demand the Election Commission to decide the case soon.
It was the first democratic no-confidence motion in the country’s history. Behind this movement is the power of the people. Bilawal Bhutto said the no-confidence motion would succeed.