Bilawal dubs parliament, judiciary, media ‘rubber-stamp’

Rahim Yar Khan—In his fresh outburst, Chairman Pakistan People’s Party, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, on Sunday dubbed country’s parliament, judiciary and media as rubber-stamp.
“In Pakistan, there is a rubber stamp parliament, a rubber stamp media, rubber stamp judiciary, rubber stamp bureaucracy, against which Pakistan People’s Party has to launch its struggle,” he said.
The young PPP leader was addressing party supporters in in Rahim Yar Khan city during his visit that is aimed at strengthening the party and mobilizing workers in PML-N’s stronghold.
Addressing a party public meeting in Rahim Yar Khan, Bilawal severely criticised ruling PML-N for its ‘anti-people’ policies.
Claiming that South Punjab cities are ignored by the provincial government, Bilawal advocated creation of a new province in South Punjab to end ‘sense of deprivation’ of the masses.
Addressing the newly elected Local Government’s Chairmen here in Jamal Din Wali on Sunday Bilawal said that there is no democracy in the Punjab, adding that the dictatorship of ‘Throne of Lahore’ isn’t acceptable at any cost.
The PPP Chairman advised the party’s LG representatives to maintain contact with the people because both ‘media and judiciary are not on their side’.
He said the PPP allowed Punjab government a ‘honey moon period’ by refraining from any opposition in the province.
“But, Nawaz Sharif and Shahbaz Sharif could not even digest just one speech,” he added.
He complained that during his rally loadshedding was carried out and even the sound system was disrupted.
Later, talking to media persons he said the number of times Nawaz Sharif undertook foreign trips outstrips his visits to the parliament. “Isn’t he answerable to the people,” he questioned.—NNI/Sabah

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