‘Elected’ PM, ‘allies’ will not allow India to sell Kashmir: Bilawal

‘Elected’ PM, ‘allies’ will not allow India to sell Kashmir: Bilawal

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday said he would not allow ‘elected’ Prime Minister Imran Khan and his ‘allies’ to go to India to sell Kashmir, 24 News HDT V Channel reported.

Addressing a public gathering in Muzaffarabad on the occasion of Kashmir Solidarity Day, Bilawal said that if anyone was on the same page, it was Indian Prime Minister Modi and Imran Khan.

“If we want to give a proper answer to Modi, there should be an elected government at the Center,” he said, adding that the “elected prime minister” would repatriate a pilot from an enemy country after offering only a cup of tea. Can send .

He accused Prime Minister Imran of trying to give a safe passage to Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav.

The PPP chairman predicted that the PTI government would be sent home in the by-elections in Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

He said that in those days the country was ruled by puppets.

Bilawal said that democracy must be restored in the country first.

Bilawal said that this is a tragedy for Pakistan. The country that saw Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto as prime ministers now has “puppet” and “elected” prime ministers.

“History will remember, when there was genocide in Kashmir, when Kashmir was attacked, when the whole region was imprisoned, our Prime Minister said on the floor of the National Assembly, what can I do?”

He said that on the one hand former Prime Minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto (ZDB) had promised to fight for Kashmir for a thousand years, on the other hand today the ‘elected’ Prime Minister Imran expressed his failure on Indian occupied Kashmir.

He added, “He only repeats NROs, NROs and NROs.

Criticizing the Prime Minister, he said that the Prime Minister had claimed to be the ambassador of Kashmiris, but, for now, “he was only the ambassador of Kulbhushan Jadhav”.

“They keep reiterating that they will not give NROs to others, however, they are trying to give NROs to Kulbhushan Jadhav – and that too without informing the National Assembly through an ordinance.”

“Our brave pilots shot down enemy jets, but our prime minister sends prisoners of war back after offering them tea,” he said, praising the Pakistan Air Force.

Bilawal said that if Kashmiris were left to decide their future, they would choose to be free. Bilawal said, “Kashmiris have been fighting for their freedom all their lives, and now they will not allow ‘elected’ people to stop their freedom.


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