Bilawal vows to bring no-trust motion against PM Imran
Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Friday renewed his pledge to bring no-trust move against Prime Minister Imran Khan in parliament, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Speaking at the inaugural ceremony of an economic zone in Larkana, he said PPP would bring all opposition parties on one platform so that the ‘selected’ PTI government could be shown the door.
Bilawal warned the government against provocation, adding if the opposition was provoked, the latter would reply in the same coin.
PPP chairman said the party wanted that non-democratic forces should have no say in politics. “Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah is standing firm against PM Imran’s anti-people policies,” he said and claimed that PPP government in Sindh had performed far better despite limited resources.
He regretted that neither the PTI government could generate 10 million jobs nor could provide 5 million homes to the people despite tall claims by the party prior to elections.
Bilawal said PPP would like to take business community along. “We are the well-wishers of the business community, and contrary to PTI which believes in tax collection by force, we levy taxes only after taking businessmen into confidence,” he added.
He claimed that the PPP government in Sindh had collected more taxes than the Centre and three other federating units combined.
PPP chairman said it was unfortunate that businessmen were insulted by NAB in the name of accountability. “Business community is being treated like we treat our enemies,” he commented.
He said he had never seen Pakistan in such a bad economic condition. “Today, the country’s growth rate is below than that of Bangladesh and Afghanistan,” he deplored.