MUZAFFARABAD: Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Saturday questioned how will PTI government create consensus for important legislation in six months if it failed to formulate a document properly.
Addressing public rally in Muzaffarabad, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said we are supposed to get rid of PTI government which is selected and has failed miserably. Selected should go home so that Awami Raaj could be established, he said.
He further said economy is worsening and no other sector is prospering. Government has indeed become danger for Pakistan s sovereignty, he added.
Talking about CPEC he said we won t let government take U-turn on matters related to China. He further stated besides being an agriculturist economy, we are still dependent on other countries. Our economy is getting worse day by day.
He claimed that for gaining power umpires are given more worth than masses. Without any comprehensive planning, people were dreamt of green gardens.
On Kashmir, Bilawal proudly said we have old relations with Kashmir and Zulifqar Ali Bhutto did not make any deal on occupied Kashmir. PPP played a very key role for the cause of Kashmiris. We have been saying since the very first day that Modi is an extremist and it is better to realize his hidden political agenda.
Imran Khan has been praying for PM Modi s victory, said Bilawal. First Imran Khan said Modi will solve Kashmir s issue but as he (Modi) gained power, PM Imran now is not optimistic about his Indian counterpart and calling him follower of Hitler.
Our PM claims to be an ambassador of Occupied Kashmir, but he did not visit any foreign country from the time India imposed curfew in IOJ&K. It has been 117 days that curfew is still imposed but PPP cannot remain silent over the issue.
Before addressing the public rally, Bilawal Bhutto held meeting with Azad Kashmir s PM Raja Farooq Haider who welcomed PPP chairman and expressed his good feelings for anniversary of PPP and said public gathering in Azad Kashmir will send a positive message for people in occupied Kashmir.