Countdown for removal of Imran govt has begun: Bilawal

Says Imran Khan will flee London once he leaves office: Deplores ‘selected’ ruler has made everyone’s life miserable: Awami March enters Punjab today: Sherry warns govt of resistance if it stops PPP march in Punjab: Participants to spend night in Rahimyar Khan

By: News Desk
Published: 03:21 PM, 2 Mar, 2022
Countdown for removal of Imran govt has begun: Bilawal
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Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Wednesday hurled ‘selected’ jibe at Prime Minister Imran Khan again and stated that he had made the life of every Pakistani miserable, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Addressing the party workers in Ghotki, the PPP chairman said that countdown for the removal of Imran Khan’s government had begun. “The one who currently sits in the PM’s office has neither a past nor future. He will flee London once he leaves the office,” Bilawal claimed.

“The one who has damaged democracy and denied human rights will have to go,” he said and added that people of Ghotki were not being given gas despite the fact that gas was supplied to the whole country from there.

The PPP chief also declared PECA Act unlawful and said: “Imran Khan denies inflation in the country. He asks his ministers to deny inflation in front of people. If he thinks people are foolish, it is his mistake.”

Bilawal remarked that Imran Khan was panicked to see the ocean of PPP workers in the long march. He said: “We have to get rid of this ‘selected’ puppet who has brought disaster upon the country in the name of change.”

He also expressed his lament over low wages that the labourers were getting despite their hard work. “Today, educated youths do not get employment. Ask the youth who used to believe in this ‘liar’.”

On the occasion, the PPP chief also expressed his gratitude to the people of Ghotki for arriving in large numbers to welcome the party’s long march.

He said that the people of Ghotki never disappointed him. “Those who help in difficult times are never forgotten,” he added.

Earlier, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) warned the government against creating hurdles in the way of the party’s Awami March as it enters Punjab from Sindh today.

The march led by PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has reached Panu Aqil and was expected to cross the border into Punjab later. The participants are expected to stay the night at Rahimyar Khan before moving forward.

PPP senior leader Senator Sherry Rehman warned the PTI government of putting up stiff resistance if it stops the PPP’s long march in Punjab.

The PPP senator said that the party’s Jiyalas were fully capable of facing any type of aggression.

On the other hand, preparations were in full swing to welcome the PPP’s long march in Rahim Yar Khan.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will also address the party workers at a public meeting at Bahadurpur Chowk.

Bilawal’s younger sister Aseefa Bhutto Zardari was also accompanying him in the long march.

Reporters Muhammad Kamran and Amir Bhatti