ISI chief will keep away from political affairs: Bilawal


Observer Report


Pakistan People’s Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that any report about involvement of ISI chief General Faiz Hameed to influence Senate election is not yet received, adding he expects that the ISI chief will keep away the institution from political affairs in the country to avoid become controversial.
During his press conference, Bilawal said that Senate election was rigged and all senators of PPP rendered their resignations which were not accepted yet, adding that a fact finding committee was formed for investigating the matter. He said that he could not doubt on anyone unless the investigation was not completed.
He said that PPP senators received threats and PTI leader Jehangir Tareen and Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar also contacted them.
Talking about constant unprovoked firings by India troops along Line of Control, Bilawal said that the government should take serious steps to stop the unprovoked aggression by Indian troops.
He said that long pending issue of Kashmir should be resolved at the forum of the United Nations according to aspirations of Kashmiri people, adding that the government should be careful about Washington offer to become mediator between Pakistan and India on the resolution of Kashmir dispute.
He said that the opportunity should not be wasted to expose Indian Modi’s government.s

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