The government in Islamabad will be dispatched in January, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said again while speaking with reporters in Gilgit on Thursday.
He said the people of Gilgit-Baltistan (GB) have supported PPP for the past three generations, and have trusted the opposition by favoring his party candidate over PTI.
Bilawal continued to be at GB several days after the area elected its third legislative assembly on November 15. The PPP has referred to the election as ‘rigged’ as the ruling PTI Ready to form a government in the region.
In today’s media talk, the PPP Chair claimed that women are not allowed to vote in the Tangir area. “The whole world finds out through foreign media present at GB,” claims the party chairman. He demanded that “7,000 women be given the right to vote”, adding that, “The law says that these women should be allowed to vote”.
Speaking about the ordered recount at GB 21, he said it was PPP supporters who forced the KPU to order the recount, adding that the “good news” would soon overtake PPP in other seats as well. Elections were also held at GB-3, where Bilawal appealed to the public to vote for PPP.
The PPP chairman said that the GB election commissioners were biased towards the federal government. “On whose instructions is he holding a press conference in Islamabad against the opposition?” Bilawal asked.
He went on to claim that a journalist tweeted a photo of the election commissioner sitting with GB governor and PTI minister Amin Gandapur. Bilawal asked the election commissioner to clarify the photo.
“The KPU not only sold the GB community but also their land,” said Bilawal. “The HRCP and FAFEN reports clearly show that fraud and violations of the election law took place in the GB elections. The Fafen report said that at least three incidents of fraud and irregularities were reported from each polling station,” the chairman added.
The PPP chairman again appreciated the GB community for “making it difficult for the federal government to form a government in GB”. He appealed to independent winners not to trade their winnings with the government “which ends in January”.
“Don’t be a minister for two to three months,” he said, calling on the independents to “protect the rights of the people of GB by not being cheated by the federal government”.
Responding to the question, the PPP Chairperson admitted that PTI promised each independent ministerial position.
Regarding Covid-19 and the government’s ban on political demonstrations in connection with the resurgence in cases, Bilawal said that the Sindh government was the first to announce steps to deal with the Covid-19 outbreak, and it was the prime minister that made it controversial. .
“We have to send Imran Khan packing because he has failed on every front, be it Kashmir or Covid-19. The PTI government does not have the capacity to deal with this issue,” he stressed.
Bilawal said the opposition would use the stage of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) – an 11-party opposition alliance – to notify all of Pakistan about the federal government’s “cheating” in the GB vote – the alliance will hold its fourth public meeting. in Peshawar on November 22.
“We will tell people that the slogan ‘an election stolen is unacceptable’ is gaining momentum at GB,” he added.
The opposition party leadership referred to the PDM program, saying public meetings would take the form of a long march that would lead to the resignation of parliament. “We will do everything necessary to send Imran Khan Khan home,” he said.