DAHARKI: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday addressed a public gathering in Daharki and criticised the government’s performance against terrorism in the country.
Bilawal Bhutto said that the government has forgotten the Quetta tragedy after a few days.
“What’s the government doing except for photo sessions?” said Bilawal.
“Modi is conspiring but PM is silent,” he said, adding that Pakistan is facing alienation in the world because of the PM.
The PPP Chairperson lamented that our security forces personnel are being killed and gave Quetta’s example that first the attack took place on lawyers then on security forces.
The PPP chairperson reiterated demand for appointment of a Foreign Minister.
Earlier, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto gave a warning to the government and said if Nawaz Sharif did not implement the four demands put forward by him, there would be general elections in 2017.
“The government can only stay till 2018 if our demands are met,” Bilawal said.
Bilawal calls Imran Khan ‘CHACHA’
“Uncle Imran enough is enough, public has tolerated a lot,” Bilawal said during his speech.
“If you talk about minus one then we will demand the same,” said Bilawal referring to Imran Khan’s earlier suggestion to PPP that Asif Ali Zardari should leave the party.