On Tuesday, PPP president Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari warned the Government would be “outset” tomorrow if the Opposition moved a motion of no confidence against PM Imran Khan and Punjab CM Usman Buzdar.
Bilawal argued during a media conference in Karachi that at the recommendation of his Party the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) participated in the by-elections, adding that, as long as they pursued policies and methods developed by PPP, the Alliance “runs well and continually wins.”
“Although we won’t attend tomorrow’s PDM meeting, we wish the alliance well,” he added. “We wish him luck.”
The opposition needs unified force to demonise the existing system, Bilawal said. Bilawal added.
‘We may have the Government removed tomorrow if the opposition launches a no-faith resolution against [Prime Minister] Imran Khan and [Punjab chief] Usman Buztar.’
He criticised the federal government for the loss of funding for Sindh and claimed it was “unhappy” because of PPP’s “day and night” struggle for Karachi.