PTI govt could be toppled if no-confidence motion moves in assemblies: Bilawal
Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Wednesday suggested said the sitting government of Imran Khan could be fallen if no-confidence motion moved in the assembly.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, Bilawal Wednesday visited Larkana and addressed workers’ meeting.
Bilawal urged opposition to use the democratic option of a no-confidence motion against the government. He added that if a no-confidence motion was brought in the house, the government would not survive.
The PPP Chairman advised the party workers that they should take streets against high inflation in the country. He urged workers to stage protests at the mass level on Friday, October 29.
He said that inflation had never been as high in the country as it was today while the unemployment rate was also the highest.
Bilawal arrived at the ancestral residence of late Haji Eidan Khan Bhutto in Larkana and expressed grief with the grieved family. He also visited Mehr House and expressed condolences to Sahibzada Shamshad Mehr on the demise of Deedar Mehr.