PTI govt using thuggish tactics against opposition: Bilawal

Published: January 27, 2019
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Bilawal Bhutto says PTI bashes rival parties in order to hide inefficiency of its own leaders. PHOTO: EXPRESS/FILE

Bilawal Bhutto says PTI bashes rival parties in order to hide inefficiency of its own leaders. PHOTO: EXPRESS/FILE

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has accused the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led government of adopting ‘thuggish’ tactics against rival political parties in order to maintain its influence, Express News reported on Sunday.

According to the top PPP leader, the ruling party is bashing the opposition in order to hide the “inefficiency of its own leaders and government”.

“The PTI believes that there is a constant need to make false promises in order to keep the government intact,” he said, adding that but the people could not be deceived by the lies of the leaders any more.

“These false promises helped the PTI in coming into power, but these are not enough to lead the country on the path of prosperity. A proper vision is required for the progress of the country,” Bilawal said.

PPP to resist political victimisation: Bilawal

He added that by giving power to those who only wish to gain political influence, the establishment has given rise to questions against its own credibility.

The PPP chairman also expressed concerns over the illegal occupation of land owned by relatives of his party’s senior leader Qamar Zaman Kaira. “Being a relative of a member of the opposition has also become a crime in the country.”

At the same time, Bilawal demanded the concern authorities to take action against those involved in the “illegal occupation of land”.

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  • iftikhar Ali
    Jan 27, 2019 - 7:22PM

    There will be an end to hereditary politics in Pakistan soon. I hope you are able to find a decent job to sustain yourself.Recommend

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