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ISLAMABAD: Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said on Thursday that the government made several unnecessary controversial bills despite the fact that they could be easily ratified.

Speaking at a press conference at Zardari Islamabad House on Thursday, Bilawal said that the government, in the attire of the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), wanted to bring legislation through which could make every citizen disappear for six months.

“PPP cannot allow this because our attitude is for democracy and human rights. The government wants to get dictatorial power using the back door but the PPP will never let it happen, “he said, adding that the government had undemocratic behavior while the opposition was censored in the National Assembly (NA).

Bilawal said that the government was also trying to combine the FATF law with the law for the National Accountability Bureau (NAB). They are two different problems. The business community has met with military and government heads and their narrative is that NAV and business cannot go together.

“In this case, former president Asif Ali Zardari has long said that NAV and the economy cannot work together. Now, after the verdict of Supreme Court Justice Baqar, NAB and democracy cannot go together, “he added.

The PPP Chair said that the government was trying to provide assistance to Kulbhushan Jadhav. “Imran Khan should have been ambassador to Kashmir, but he has been an advisor to Jadhav and tried to give him help through the back door,” he said.

He said that the prime minister gave the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) to himself, his sister and all his friends. “He gave the NRO to every mega corruption case under his administration, from the BRT Project to Malam Jabba and the sugar and wheat scandal,” Bilawal said. “Imran Khan has given the NRO through amnesty and he also gave the NRO to the corruption of his brother Aleema Khan. Each special advisor and assistant must also be asked to provide a trace of their money. There has been no response from the government about the case of foreign funding. The puppet prime minister and his puppet minister try to hide behind the stay order. “

“On the other hand, the wife of Judge Qazi Faez Isa was called by the FBR [Federal Board of Revenue] and asked to give a trace of his money, “he added, urging that NAB must adopt the same process for Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) which had been adopted for the opposition.

Bilawal also spoke of the government’s efforts to impose a ban on knowledge “in the name of Islam”.

“The Punjab government has issued a resolution on this matter. Islam requires all of us to gain knowledge; we cannot ban books in the name of Islam. The Punjab Assembly must review its resolution. He said that this government was also pursuing social media and wanted to ban social media and censorship of this kind not in the interests of Pakistan. It is unfortunate that the government imposed censorship on the Senate and National Assembly, “said the PPP leader.

Regarding the coronavirus situation in the country, he said that the PTI government had stopped testing Covid-19 and claimed that 19 Punjab districts were free of Covid-19.

“They are lying because they did not do a test for Covid-19. This will further jeopardize the health and economy of the country,” he said.

Responding to the question, Bilawal said that the government accepted the PPP amendments in two bills that were passed on Thursday.

“PPP and PML-N work together and we should not give credence to government propaganda. All opposition parties will decide on future actions against the government simultaneously, “he said, warning that the opposition would be able to revoke the NA speaker if the latter changed the NA session to PTI. jalsa.

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