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Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto addressing a press conference on June 4, 2021 in Islamabad.

Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto addressing a press conference on June 4, 2021 in Islamabad.

Islamabad:
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday criticized the government, saying the convicted prime minister, Raiwind, had been sent abroad and then the government claimed it was the new Pakistan. In which NROs are not given.

Referring to the case filed against PPP leader Khurshid Shah, Bilawal said, “Opposition leader from Punjab has been granted bail while opposition leaders from Sindh have been appearing in the courts.”

“Will you fool the people once again,” he added. “The PPP is not afraid of your threats and accountability. We have confidence in the power of the people and they will treat you.” Will be held accountable. ” ] ”
The PPP chief added that the present government has proved to be a torment for the people. “The PTI government saw the highest unemployment rate when people faced inflation and poverty.”

“His remarks show that he has nothing to do with the common man,” Bilawal said, referring to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s statement that the economy was performing better than before. “The prime minister and his team do not care about the people. ”
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“The difficult time for the prime minister and his team is over [but] the elected prime minister does not even know what people are going through,” the PPP chief said.

Regarding the forthcoming budget, he said, “The statements of the Prime Minister and his spokespersons are far from the truth, as are the claims of [economic] growth.”

“These people are not aware of the real state of the economy. We reject the IMF budget,” he said.

Bilawal reiterated that a political retaliation was being carried out in the name of accountability, and that there were two systems of justice. Reported By