ISLAMABAD: Pakistan People’s Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said the Pakistan Democratic Movement’s efforts to overthrow the government had been successful and whatever it was trying to achieve Wednesday (today) would be a bonus.
“Imran Khan is confused now that he is coming home and we have succeeded, which is why the government is running a character assassination campaign, because Imran Khan cannot control his own members and members of allied parties,” he said while speaking to the media. together with Former Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani here on Tuesday before dinner he hosted PDM leaders and MPs from PDM.
Bilawal said the aim of the movement was to restore democracy and raise community issues.
“This government does not solve any of the problems faced by the Pakistani people; it does not even solve the problems of its members and allies themselves, “he said.
He said: “We will wake up early and will cast our votes early. We are against Senate elections about political relations and not using money to get votes. “
Referring to the viral video, Bilawal said he wanted to explain that PPP was fighting for democracy. He said government members spoke to media channels and admitted that MNA had been promised Rs50 crores by Imran Khan in a meeting of the PTI parliamentary party.
“State money is used to bribe members and allies themselves,” he said.
Bilawal said Prime Minister Imran Khan used state money to buy members but we urge every member to vote according to conscience.
He said that the role of the opposition was undermined by talking about the use of money in the Senate. “Money is used by the government,” he said.
Responding to a question, the PPP Chair said that PTI was threatening its own members and trying to keep them in line.
“Imran Khan panicked because he realized that he had lost the trust not only of the Pakistani people but also of his own party members,” he said, adding there was now no place to run.
Former prime minister Yusuf Raza Gilani said after the Supreme Court ruling the ministers began to provide their own version of the ruling.
He said if the government wanted to cancel secret voting, it should be done through a constitutional amendment.
He said seeking votes was his constitutional right and PTI doubted its own members.
“I even wrote a letter to Imran Khan asking for his vote,” he said.
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