Dr. Shahbaz Gill responds to Maryam and Bilawal’s statements
Special Assistant to Prime Minister of Pakistan on Political Communication, Dr. Shahbaz Gill has said on Sunday that the opposition is adopting a double standard in Gilgit-Baltistan elections.
According to the details, Dr. Shahbaz Gill, while responding to the statements of Maryam Safdar and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, said that both the parties (PPP and PML-N) are only talking about their interests.
He further said that the opposition was adopting a double standard on the Gilgit-Baltistan elections while victory was declared before the first elections and when they remembered their performance, the cry of rigging started.
He also highlighted that,
“The corrupt people of the past wanted to be given an open leave. If only the PPP had paid so much attention to Sindh, the situation in Sindh would not be as it is today.”
Dr. Shahbaz Gill said that the desire of the people to run the state institutions at will is old and the conscious people of Gilgit will reject the hereditary knots.
In his statement, Shahbaz Gill also said that whether it is the PML-N or the PPP, they are ridiculing the institutions, both the parties are vested interests and the ruling party.
“The people of Gilgit know the difference between those who run anti-national rhetoric and the real representatives of the people,” said Special Assistant to Prime Minister of Pakistan on Political Communication.
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