Chairman of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has asked the Prime Minister Imran Khan to step down if he cannot solve the issues of masses.
According to the details, Bilawal Bhutto was talking to media persons. He said that the country is on the verge of economic destruction.
Bilawal Bhutto said that Pakistan has highest inflation in the region and people are suffering due to rising living costs because of incumbent incompetent government as an unqualified prime minister has been imposed on us.
He added that with the help of public, selected government will be sent packing and people’s government will come into power.
Bilawal said that country’s economic progress is even lacking behind Bangladesh. He asked Imran Khan to step down if does not have solution to problems of masses.
Chairman PPP Bilawal said that the opposition alliance is strong as ever despite conspiracies of government ministers. A win for PDM is also a win for People’s Party, he added.
Earlier today, Bilawal Bhutto strongly condemned killing of 11 coal miners in Machh area of Balochistan.
Bilawal Bhutto asked government to provide security and take other measures to ensure safety of people associated with coal mining. He also demanded federal or Balochistan government to provide compensation to heirs of the victims.