Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari hit back at Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday, saying the shrieks being heard by the country’s premier from Sindh would soon turn into roars that would eventually topple the federal government.
On December 28, the premier had said that a massive operation against money laundering was taking place across the country with cries can be heard coming from Sindh.
Bilawal, taking to Twitter, wrote, “Cries have started coming from all over the country because of the hike in power tariff, gas prices and petrol prices. Such shrieks are turning into roars and this roar will topple your government.”
“Yes cries have started coming from Sindh … shrieks are arising as being the top gas producer but still Sindh is not receiving gas … shrieks are also arising as the province is not receiving its due water share.”
“Yes cries have started coming as agriculture industry of Sindh is in tatters,” the PPP chief added.