Bilawal levels corruption allegations against PM Imran, his cabinet
Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto's Monday levelled corruption allegations against Prime Minister Imran Khan and his cabinet and said Pervaiz Musharraf’s first National Recompilation Order (NRO) was given to Imran Khan.
He was addressing a press conference along with Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah in Karachi.
“K-electric’s Abraaj Group is Imran Khan’s ATM and sucking the blood of the people of Karachi,” Bilawal alleged.
The PPP chairman said every minister of the PTI’s government has corruption charges against him but the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is silent. He accused that NAB and federal departments have nexus with the government.
Bilawal demanded the Supreme Court of Pakistan to lift stay order on the BRT Peshawar project. “BRT Peshawar project is corruption’s white elephant,” he added.
He said Federal Minister Ali Zaidi was involved in corruption practices for Imran Khan and Ali Zaidi’s front man is the contractor of the BRT project. “JIT game has now become a problem for the PIT itself,” he added.
Commenting on Jahangir Khan Tareen, he said Tareen was already disqualified and now he has become a deserter also. “Tareen is now hiding in London,” he commented.
Levelling corruption charges against the prime minister, Bilawal said Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) report was rolled back on the corruption of Imran Khan.
“NAB chairman feels no shame,” he said. “Imran khan benefited himself from every amnesty scheme.”
He said the corruption record was smashed in Foreign Funding Case in KP.
Bilawal Bhutto said Pervaiz Musharraf’s first NRO was for Imran khan. He said Imran khan’s father was dismissed on corruption charges.
Commenting on the decline in coronavirus national graph, he said that the decline on the graph is just because less testing is being conducted. He said Punjab is being operated with magic and corruption.
The PPP chairman also expressed his concerns on the missing persons. He said it is better if missing persons record their statements.
Bilawal accused Prime Minister Khan that he supported the election campaign of the Indian Prime Minister Modi.
“The whole of Pakistan stands with Kashmiris. I am the first leader who opposed Modi. All political parties were united in Kashmir, but the Prime Minister divided it. Kashmiri people are already in lockdown before COVID-19,” he said.
Bilawal termed the prime minister as a threat to democracy and the health of the nation.
The PPP chairman said federal government left the provinces alone to fight coronavirus.