Double Click 728 x 90
Double Click 900 x 250

Bilawal clearly proves he doesn’t trust Nawaz Sharif, says Shibli Faraz

Arhama AltafWeb Editor

06th Nov, 2020. 03:28 pm
Double Click 160 x 600
Shibli Faraz targets Bilawal Bhutto

Federal Minister for Information Shibli Faraz said that Bilawal’s statement clearly proves that he does not trust Nawaz Sharif.

In a tweet on Friday, Shibli Faraz wrote, “These contradictions prove that PDM is nothing but a group of power-hungry politicians, working together to serve their personal interests.”

In another tweet the information minister said people of Gilgit-Baltistan have rejected the hollow narrative of the opposition.

The successful public meetings of PTI in Gilgit-Baltistan and public support show their confidence in the leadership of Imran Khan and suggest the party’s electoral victory, Faraz added.

The Minister said to include Gilgit-Baltistan in the national mainstream for development is Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision and promise.

Gilgit-Baltistan Elections

PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto termed PM Imran Khan’s promise to make Gilgit-Baltistan a province ahead of the November 15 elections as rigging.

He said the premier and his party cannot be trusted due to their ‘U-turns’.

“Imran Khan breaks all his promise. He promised to make South Punjab a separate province within 100 days of his government,” the PPP leader recalled. “But he didn’t.”

Moreover, Bilawal said his party will table a constitutional amendment in the Parliament on GB’s provincial status.

The PPP chairman, in an interview, said that Imran Khan-led PTI government has lost the trust in people.

The decline in Pakistan’s economy and rising inflation is all because of an incompetent PTI government, said Bilawal.

“We avoid such comments during public gatherings. No one person can be held responsible for bringing Imran Khan to power.”

We have only two options, take an extremist stance or stop and think about how to move forward, he said.

Double Click 300 x 250

Download BOL News App for latest news