Bilawal blames Imran Khan for economic crisis, warns of ‘tougher conditions’

Bilawal blames Imran Khan for economic crisis, warns of ‘tougher conditions’

Bilawal blames Imran Khan for economic crisis, warns of ‘tougher conditions’

Bilawal was addressing a political gathering in Larkana.


LARKANA: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday said Benazir Bhutto bravely fought military dictators and her activists have kept her message alive.

Addressing as gathering organized in Larkana on the occasion of the 69th birth anniversary of the slain PPP chairperson, Bilawal, “It was due to the struggle of PPP jiyalas that Imran Khan was ousted from power via a no-confidence move.”

He said Imran Khan’s narrative against corruption was a lie and the PPP ousted the “selected” after waging a struggle along with other political parties.

Bilawal said that “power-hungry and criminal” Imran Khan was responsible for the economic issues. “Imran caused this damage just to stay in power and the burden  is now being borne by the masses,” he maintained.

Bilawal asserted that the former premier must respond to his performance and emerging corruption against him.  “People now know that the slogan of change was for the destruction of the country.”


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The foreign minister hinted at ‘tougher economic” conditions in the upcoming days. He said Imran Khan struck a ‘wrong’ agreement with IMF and dented the economy.

He said Imran Khan begged other countries for funds and has resorted to mudslinging against his political rivals. “We won’t beg but want trade as it is the fundamental element of our foreign policy,” he said.

He ensured that the government is working tirelessly to ensure that the country was on the path of stability and progress. “It was because of the struggle by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif that Pakistan was saved from going bankrupt.”

Regarding the FATF, Bilawal said Pakistan was successful and the FATF’s team will come in October for an on-site visit before being removed from the grey list.

“We put immense effort into taking Pakistan out of the FATF grey list and it is hoped that by October, when an on-site visit is due, we will achieve this objective.”


Earlier, Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah that the coming generations will keep the slogans of the party high and achieve them. He added that the party activists will never forget Benazir Bhutto’s message and will keep it alive.


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