Bilawal sees PPP rule after next election
PPP chairperson says Imran Khan's gimmick won't work
Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto has taken a swipe at the Prime Minister Imran Khan-led government for adding to public problems, 24NewsHD TV channel reported on Thursday.
The people will not fall prey to PM Imran Khan's gimmicks as the PTI has been exposed, Bilawal said in response to the three-year performance of the government. "The winds of change begin to blow. Jiyals (PPP workers) will rule the country after next government," he said, adding that the PTI set record of inflation, made thousands of youth jobless and left the common persons in the lurch.
He continued to say: "Imran Khan goes for bragging. Pakistan has been isolated because of poor foreign policies. Imran Khan has been waiting for form a phone call from US President Joe Bidden. Flour mafia, sugar cartel, petrol profiteers have been on the rampage for the past three years."
The PTI government brought the country to the brink of disaster and rebuilding from ruins will take a decade or so, he said. However, Bilawal said the PPP will get over the crises and put it on track to development. He said PM too knows about the fact but he is unwilling to quit.