Had friends not betrayed, govt would have been sent home: Bilawal

By: News Desk      Published: 05:43 PM, 5 Sep, 2021
Had friends not betrayed, govt would have been sent home: Bilawal

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Sunday said that had friends had not betrayed, the government would have been sent home. 

According to the 24NewsHD TV channel, Bilawal was talking to editors and columnists who met him during his visit to Multan and discussed different issues like Afghanistan, the creation of Saraiki province, and the PDM.

Bilawal said due to their political struggle, Prime Minister Imran Khan was forced to take a vote of confidence. Talking about PPP’s policy of giving southern Punjab the status of a separate province, Bilawal said his party would follow the Farhat Ullah Babar Commission report.

About the PPP’s Afghan policy, Bilawal said the party has been standing firm on its stance.

Regarding the uniform syllabus, the PPP chairman said that the government was trying to snatch the identity of the people through it. Bilawal suggested that the syllabus should be prepared with a mutual understanding of all stakeholders.

Earlier, the PPP Multan office-bearers hosted a special dinner in honour of the party chairman and intellectuals, scholars, professors, doctors, lawyers, social workers, industrialists, businessmen and party ticket holders also participated in it. On this occasion, the participants discussed the problems of the region. 

Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani, Makhdoom Syed Ahmed Mahmood, Faisal Karim Kundi, Khawaja Rizwan Alam, Natasha Daultana, Syed Abdul Qadir Gilani, Syed Ali Musa Gilani, Syed Ali Haider Gilani, and Syed Ali Qasim Gilani were also present on the occasion.

Later, Bilawal visited Muzaffargarh where the party workers welcomed him with dance on the beat drum. The workers presented him traditional turban. Bilawal, while addressing the party workers said that the Imran government had snatched the rights of the people. He said that the people wanted to send Buzdar government home.   

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