Disasters of July 5, 1977, is still haunting Pakistan, Bilawal | Instant News

Islamabad: Chairman PPP, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari called on 5 July 1977 as the most shameful and the darkest day in the history of Pakistan, saying that even today, after four decades of disaster of July 5, leaving the Pakistani people behind.

“Democracy is still in its initial stage, the basis for the implementation of the provincial autonomy is narrow, the poor in power and plague of locusts, sword of unemployment hanging over the heads of the workers, the bread twice, justice is expensive and the poor becomes poorer every day,” he said in a statement yesterday, July 5, when in 1977, the first PPP government was overthrown and martial law was imposed in the country.

, Bilawal said that the elected people’s government and the first directly elected Prime Minister Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was overthrown by elements that have either disappeared in the air, or live a shameful life. “The way all the characters involved in it, met his fate proved that crime and sin have no heritage,” he said.

Chairman PPP said that the Constitution was suspended 5 July 1977, wrapping democracy, suspending all civil rights and prohibiting the development process and the rise of the authoritarian color in all directions.

He said that just by promoting and protecting the personal interests of a dictator, the Foundation of dictatorial rules, have been laid through the invention of the outbreak of corruption and intimidation. “The dictators were interested in petty personal benefits of developing foci of intolerance and extremism,” he added.

, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the current regime is the culmination of the crimes, dated 5 July 1977, and at the same time, now this Chapter in Pakistan is about to be closed forever.

He said not far the day when the people’s right to sovereignty and the use of religious extremism, militancy, sectarianism and linguistics as a weapon in government buildings, in order to perpetuate their aggressive rule will be removed in the same way that many racist and hateful societies today demolished statues fake greats.

Former President Asif Ali Zardari said in his statement on the eve of July 5, some people dream to undo the 18th amendment. “If someone tries to cancel it, it will mean an attack on the Federation,” he said.

He reiterated his position that will not compromise on supremacy of the Constitution, Parliament and democracy. “The Parliament is the Supreme institution and the constitutional duty of all constitutional institutions to respect it,” he said.

Zardari said that democracy is not given, as a gift, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto and thousands of PPP workers sacrificed their lives to achieve democracy in the country. “Workers not only face physical torture, but also face prison and the gallows for democracy in the country,” he said.


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