On Wednesday, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari stated that the people of Pakistan were interested in knowing who Prime Minister Imran Khan referred to as an “animal” in a recent address.
In his speech to a rally earlier this month, the prime minister stated that only “animals are neutral,” meaning that they do not discern between good and evil.
“He has been attempting to convert every institution into a Tiger Force for the past three years. We do not want our institutions to become contentious because of the actions of a single individual “During a public rally in Dargai, Malakand, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) said.
No-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan, according to Bilawal, is a litmus test for the country’s democracy because the incumbent premier is “well-aware” that he will not be able to win elections if honest polls are held.
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“Imran Khan is a wild animal who wishes to establish the rule of the jungle in Pakistan. Imran Khan was foisted on Pakistan in order to destabilize the country’s economy, politics, and foreign relations. In a democratic election, Imran Khan will be removed from power “The chairman of the PPP made a promise.
Bilawal asserted that the prime minister was appointed in order to “destroy Pakistan.”
“It was all part of a plan to send this individual to destabilize the country’s economic and foreign policies.”
In reply to PM Khan’s remarks about India’s foreign policy, he stated that if the goal of New Delhi’s foreign policy is to “ruin the CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor), then this man has accomplished that goal.”
“If this is India’s policy, then it is also his policy,” he stated emphatically.
The chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) stated that while the prime minister speaks of a transparent system in the country, he has not reacted to the foreign-funding matter currently pending infront of the Election Commission of Pakistan.
As he explained, “it has been shown that he acquired monies from Israel and India.”
As part of the “conspiracy” to destabilize Pakistan, Bilawal claimed that the government’s decision to “bow” down before the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was part of a “plot.”
“What greater foreign plot could there be than Imran Khan advocating for Modi in the Indian elections while simultaneously serving as a prime leader? He used to believe that Modi’s victory would be beneficial to the Kashmir cause “he explained.
The chairman of the PPP guaranteed the people that the Opposition will soon be free of the “curse” of the prime minister.