Bilawal blames Imran for prevailing economic crisis

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PTI chief accusing others of his failures

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Tuesday told a public gathering in Larkana that Benazir Bhutto bravely fought military dictators and her activists have kept her message alive in today’s Pakistan. He made these remarks while addressing the gathering organised on the occasion of the 69th birth anniversary of the slain PPP chairperson and former prime minister.

“It was because of the struggle of PPP jiyalas that Imran Khan was ousted from power via a no-trust move,” he told the participants gathered at the venue.

Imran Khan’s narrative against corruption is a lie, he added.

The PPP chief further said his party ousted the “selected” after waging a struggle along with two other political parties.

Bilawal said that “power-hungry and criminal Imran Khan Niazi”, who was responsible for the current inflation and several other prevailing economic issues, is roaming free and is accusing others of causing the issues. “Imran was causing this damage to the people just to stay in power and the burden of it is now being born by the commoners.” Bilawal asserted that the former premier must be told to respond to his performance, including the cases of corruption emerging now.

Referring to the Tosha Khana case, he said the PTI chief and the former first lady will have to provide answers about their corruption.

He said that Imran Khan has sold a watch gifted to him by a foreign country and also brought a bad name to the country. “People now know that the slogan of change wasn’t for change, but for the destruction of the country.” Imran Khan, he added, begged other countries for funds and is now resorting to mudslinging against his political rivals. Likewise, he added, the government will eventually succeed in retaining the GSP+ status for the country and bring more glad tidings for exports.

 

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