Bilawal Bhutto demands to complete process of no-confidence motion

Bilawal Bhutto demands to complete process of no-confidence motion


We think our prime minister is an animal, Bilawal said.

MALAKAND (Dunya News) – The Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday while demanding to complete the process of no-confidence motion in a democratic manner said that people are the source of power, adding that no matter what the result turns out to be, the process of no-confidence motion should be completed.  

During an address to a public rally in Malakand, Bilawal said that Imran Khan lost majority in the Parliament and his government had ended.

“Imran Khan is a former prime minister now,” maintained the PPP chairman and also termed the prime minister ‘Funny Gala Khan’.

He also blamed Premier Imran Khan for orchestrating attack on the Parliament Lodges and the Sindh House, adding that hurling abuses at others was the sign of a defeated person.

“Teach your children Urdu first before advising us to learn Urdu,” Bilawal said to Premier Imran Khan and remarked that Imran Khan had ‘finished all the shoe polish’.

Bilawal also highlighted the steps taken by the PPP for the development of Malakand and said that Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto had established a tax-free zone there.

“We have been serving the people for three generations,” asserted Bilawal and said that the mission of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto was to provide electricity and gas in every house.

He also stated that former president Asif Ali Zardari saved the people of Malakand from terrorism.

The PPP chairman also vowed to fight the finger of the umpire with the power of thumb, and stating that he would never knock at the ‘Gate No. 4’.

“Imran Khan wants National Accountability Bureau (NAB) and judiciary to work as Tiger Force. People want to know whom he had called animal. We think our prime minister is an animal,” Bilawal said.

“The Transparency International has also confirmed that the tenure of this government is the most corrupt one,” he added.