PM should either seek apology for COVID-19 crisis or resign: Bilawal
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Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilwal Bhutto Zardari Monday said now only two options have been left for Prime Minister Imran Khan that he should seek apology from people on his ill-decisions to contain COVID-19 and other issues or he should resign and go home.
Addressing a National Assembly session, he criticised the Prime Minister Imran Khan for not taking wise decisions to resolve wheat, sugar and oil crisis.
He said the PTI government has discredited pilots and civil aviation globally.
He alleged the minister (Ghulam Sarwar Khan) who processed fake degree blamed others for fake licenses.
PPP leader said pilot was blamed for plane crash. He said Prime Minister Imran Khan should not take notice of anything and keep himself in quarantine.
“We will challenge the decision of petroleum products in every forum,” the PPP chairman said. He questioned how a minister can issue a notification that OGRA had to do.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said how they could call their party as justice party when ‘petrol bomb’ has been dropped on the people.”
He said PTI government thinks, people get jobs only as a political favour. “People of Karachi are suffering due to load shedding.”