PTI govt will not survive any no-trust move, says BilawalArchive
LARKANA: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari believes if no-confidence motions are tabled in assemblies, the incumbent Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government will not be able to survive.
Speaking at different gatherings of party leaders and workers in his constituency on the third day of his visit on Wednesday, he asked jiyalas to take to the streets against the PTI government. He would also ask other political parties to use democratic option of no-trust move, he added.
He said that jiyalas would be on roads throughout the country on Friday against what he called the economic murder of people.
He said the PPP had a track record of steering people out of difficulties while the PTI government was out to further aggravate their miseries.
He said the country was witnessing unprecedented price hike, poverty and unemployment, and claimed that people were looking towards the PPP at that juncture.
He was on a whirlwind tour of union councils (UCs) of Larkana Municipal Corporation along with PPP Sindh president Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Sindh ministers Sardar Shah, Nasir Shah, Zia Abbas Shah, Suhail Siyal and Aijaz Jakhrani, MNA Khursheed Junejo, MPA Jamil Soomro, member central executive committee and political secretary to Bilawal and local party leaders and office-bearers.
He, according to PPP sources, held a meeting at Siyal House with the elected representatives, party office-bearers and discussed in detail the political situation in the country.
Bilawal also visited union council-17 and spoke at the residence of Khair Mohammad Shaikh, city district president of the PPP Larkana. He described his UC-level visits in his constituency as essential to make world feel that party workers were linchpin of the organisation.
He exchanged views with the UC-level leaders and workers and listened to their issues and remedies. He said that realising the magnitude of issues people were confronting, they had to gear up the campaign.
He also visited party workers and others whose relatives had died and offered condolences.
The municipal administration and traffic police was on the alert during the visit of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Cleanliness and anti-encroachment drive was in full swing while communication department was also busy repairing potholed roads.
Earlier on Tuesday night, Bilawal had a meeting with Humayoon Khan, former KPK PPP president and MPA Naeem Kharal at Naudero House.
Published in Dawn, October 28th, 2021