Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the government can do whatever it wants but the PPP will not compromise on the 18th Amendment.
Addressing media in Islamabad, Bilawal Bhutto said the National Accountability Bureau can arrest his entire family but it still won’t deter him from changing the PPP’s stance on democracy, the National Finance Commission, and the 18th Amendment.
He said that his lawyers were not allowed to go inside the court. “The public and lawyers were not allowed to come to the court. Is this an attempt to pressurize us or the judiciary,” Bilawal questioned.
“Are you so afraid of president Zardari?” said Bilawal, adding that the “entire police” of Islamabad was deployed at the court’s premises.
The PPP chairperson accused police and administration of misbehaving with the people.
Bilawal continued that there is a “puppet” sitting in the Prime Minister House and “his strings are being operated from elsewhere”.
The PPP chairman warned that attempts were being made to control everyone like a puppet.
Earlier today accountability Court of Islamabad, ruled that Former President Asif Ali Zardari and former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani will be indicted in the Toshakhana reference on Sept 9.
Accountability Judge Asghar Ali stopped the process to declare former prime minister Nawaz Sharif a proclaimed offender over his perpetual absence from the court’s proceedings in the case until Aug 25 after he was informed that the PML-N supreme leader’s arrest warrants have been challenged in the Islamabad High Court.