Bilawal to face nothing but humiliation in US: Haleem


Haleem Adil Sheikh, the Opposition Leader in Sindh Assembly on Saturday said that PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari would get nothing but humiliation and insult from America during his scheduled visit, adding he asked him to stop duping the people of Kashmir.

Sheikh, who is also the central vice president of PTI addressing the press conference along with Senator SaifullahAbro in Islamabad said that Bilawal Bhutto tried to secure the prime ministerial slot but was rejected by people during the last general elections and after that now he along with his close cronies was doing all dirty things to get power by hook or by crook.

The PTI leader by showing a copy of the CV to the media persons said that that CV and other documents containing the shameless offers by PPP leadership had already been taken away by Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah during his tour to America.

“And BilawalZardari  after reaching there would present such documents to certain forces in America to gain their sympathies to get  power in Pakistan ” he added.

He said that the PPP leadership to get power could go to any length adding he asked them to mend their ways and stop thinking to compromise on the sovereignty of the country.

He asserted that the PPP chairman was now enjoying the pleasant weather of Kashmir, but he would not get even party candidates elected during the upcoming elections in the valley.

“Those who had caused massive destruction and devastation everywhere in Sindh during their worst governance of 13 will be rejected by the people of Kashmir ” he added and requested people of Kashmir to see the deplorable conditions of his hometown Larkana.

Sheikh said that the PPP chairman was also scheduled to visit the US at the critical time when the brave Pakistani Prime Minister Khan had flatly refused to allow the American government to use the country’s air bases by saying absolutely not.


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