Imran will resign soon, claims Bilawal Says Azadi March has just begun, good times ahead

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Monday that good times lay ahead for Pakistanis as Prime Minister Imran Khan will soon tender his resignation.
The PPP chairman, addressing media in Islamabad outside PIMS hospital, said that the Azadi March has just begun and a lot many things lay in near future to happen.
He further said that he saw members from every party in the Azadi March and the unification of various political parties sends a good message.
Bilawal said that he has asked his party workers to welcome the participants of the march when they enter the federal capital. On the health of former president Asif Ali Zardari, he said that his father is unwell and not getting adequate medical facilities.
Zardari’s bail can happen on medical grounds but the former president is not keen on the matter, said Bilawal. He said that for the treatment of his father, a doctor of their choice should be allowed to treat him.
He stated that Khan has failed to run the country and its economic affairs and added PTI led government is unable to handle political and economic issues of the country, adding that incompetent people cannot run sate affairs. He further said denying medical care to Asif Zardari is against the court orders. He said government is playing with the lives of opposition leaders but moral of Asif Zardari is high. He saluted Azadi March and said a large number of people from PPP and PML-N are attending the anti government march.
Meanwhile, former president Asif Ali Zardari’s platelets count has risen and blood pressure has stabilized as his health condition steadies, reports said on Monday.
A special medical board at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences conducts Pakistan People’s Party co-chairman’s checkup daily. Further details suggest that physiotherapy on the erstwhile president is being done regularly which has reduced pain in back and neck. The doctors have advised Asif Ali Zardari to use massager and said he will not be discharged from the hospital until complete recovery.