Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari criticized the Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf led government for not fulfilling promises to the people of Pakistan.
Addressing a press conference in Mirpur Khas Bilawal Bhutto Zardari demanded the government to declare an agricultural emergency in the country due to the ongoing crisis and asked the federal government to provide relief to the poor farmers.
The PPP chairman said that heavy losses were suffered due to the recent rains and floods in Sindh. He added that the problems multiplied as the people were coming out of the losses they had faced due to the coronavirus and locusts attack.
“Relief should be provided to the poor farmers,” said Bilawal. He added that the government may not provide relief to large landlords but should provide it to the poor farmers.
“On humanitarian grounds, I request the federal government to come and sit here like how we are sitting, like how the CM and his team are sitting,” said Bilawal. He added that the prime minister should be seen with those affected by the rains and floods and not make five-hour trips to the province.