PPP to oppose Kulbhushan Jadhav bill: Bilawal
A file photo of Pakistan People's Party Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto.
The Pakistan People's Party (PPP) has announced opposing the bill providing Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav with the right to appeal, 24NewsHD TV Channel reported on Thursday.
Talking to the media, PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto said the government secretly prepared an ordinance for a person who did not bother to get benefit from it. Now the government is taking that to the parliament, the PPP chief said.
About the Afghanistan peace process and the US pull-out plan, Bilawal said a lot has been learnt from the issue. Any type of decision on the war-torn state will have global impacts for decades, he said adding that such a decision will have global impacts for 30 years.
He demanded the government share the deal on Afghanistan with the parliament. The PPP chairperson said the decision on the bases should be in national interest.
Bilawal cast doubts about the Prime Minister Imran Khan's decision on bases, saying he feared that Imran Khan might take U-turn on the matter too.
He expressed hope the National assembly speaker will issue production order for Khursheed Shah and the speaker will provide a level-playing field on the matter of budget debate to save it from becoming an unlawful act.