Bilawal vowed to launch a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran

Bilawal vowed to launch a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday renewed his pledge to bring no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan in Parliament, 24 News News TV reported.

Addressing the inauguration ceremony of the Economic Zone in Larkana, he said that the PPP would bring all the opposition parties on one platform so that the ‘elected’ PTI could show the door to the government.

Bilawal warned the government against provocation, adding that if the opposition was provoked, the latter would respond in the same way.

The PPP chairman said the party wanted undemocratic forces to have nothing to say in politics. “Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah is adamant against Prime Minister Imran’s anti-people policies,” he claimed, adding that the PPP government in Sindh has performed well despite limited resources. ۔

He lamented that neither the PTI government could create 10 million jobs nor provide 5 million houses to the people despite the party’s long-held claims before the elections.

Bilawal said the PPP would like to take the business community along. “We are benevolent to the business community and unlike the PTI, which believes in forced tax collection, we impose taxes only after taking the traders into confidence,” he added.

He claimed that the PPP government in Sindh had collected more taxes than the combined taxes of the Center and three other federal units.

The PPP chairman said that it was unfortunate that traders were insulted by NAB in the name of accountability. “The business community is treated the same way we treat our enemies,” he commented.

He said that he had never seen Pakistan in such a bad economic condition. “Today, the country’s growth rate is lower than that of Bangladesh and Afghanistan.”

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