No leniency over demands after Dec 27: Bilawal

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Karachi —Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Chairman of Pakistan People’s Party has warned the government of meeting his four demands until December 27 as no leniency would be shown by the opposition party.
Bilawal was addressing the meeting of senior legal advisors of PPP convened here to discuss Panama Leaks case and political situation in the country. Leader of the Opposition in Senate, Aitzaz Ahsan, Sardar Lateef Khosa and freshly elected president of PPP central Punjab, former information minister Qamar Zaman Kaira among others attended the meeting.
On the occasion, Bilawal said that the leaders of the country could not escape democratic accountability.
Aitzaz Ahsan informed Bilawal about Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s contact while Lateef Khosa briefed Bilawal regarding legal aspects over Panama Leaks case. The meeting agreed to raise Panama Leaks issue in the parliament and on public forums. The meeting also discussed Ishaq Dar, Federal Finance Minister’s latest statement that allegedly hinted at government’s willingness to agree to three out of four demands of PPP.
However, Bilawal said that constitutional and democratic way would be opted against the leaders of the country.

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