Sunday, May 29, 2022

PPP will celebrate end of Imran Khan rule: Bilawal

In a statement on Tuesday, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, the chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), said his party would celebrate the “victory in overthrowing the Imran Khan administration through a democratic battle” achieved by the opposition.

According to Mr. Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, who spoke at a press conference following a meeting of the Pakistan People’s Party central executive committee, the party will organize Iftar feasts for the general public at the district level.

In a blistering attack on Prime Minister Imran Khan, the youthful PPP leader said that the prime minister had fantasized about completing his five-year term and even leading the country for a full ten years. He went on to say that after the dissolution of the National Assembly, the premier was attempting to flee to Pakistan, as well as from Punjab.

As opposed to Sunday’s events, which witnessed the dissolution of the National Assembly following the dismissal of a no-confidence resolution against Prime Minister Khan, he requested that the election for the position of Punjab chief minister be conducted transparently.

“We are fighting for the restoration of democracy as well as the supremacy of the constitution. ” “We are working hard to ensure that state institutions are fully operational,” Mr. Bhutto-Zardari stated.

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“When Prime Minister Imran Khan realized he was losing, he broke our constitution. “The PPP has never forgiven those who have violated the constitution in the past, and it will not do so in the future,” he continued.

According to the PPP chairman, there is only one way out of the constitutional crisis that the country is currently experiencing, and that is through a vote of no-confidence that should begin where it left off, which would not only be a democratic solution but would also restore the prestige of the Parliament.

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