Saturday, January 28, 2023

Bilawal Bhutto says Government cannot be run purely on the basis of forest law

On the no-confidence motion, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has stated that we have the support of not only the opposition but also the general population, which is reassuring to hear.

All democratic forces are engaged in the exercise of their own rights in response to the actions of an undemocratic individual. The country will be unable to function successfully if the forest law is followed in its entirety, said Bilawal.

While speaking to the media in Islamabad, Bilawal was asked about Prime Minister Imran Khan, and he responded by saying that the Pakistani leader was disoriented and had resorted to harsh language, and that the government had demonstrated by organising a long march that it had lost the trust of the people.

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It is vital, according to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, to provide members of parliament with the authority to vote in order to help the country get out of its current predicament, as the country is currently in.

Furthermore, Bilawal asserted that the country could not be managed in accordance with forest legislation.

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