Lahore: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has informed his party workers that this incumbent government will soon be sent to home.
Opposition stands united
Lashing out at the government on Sunday, he mentioned that opposition parties are united to send these rulers back who have made the lives of the innocent people even more pathetic.
He also paid a visit to the house of late PPP leader Jahangir Badar on the occasion of his third death anniversary. Paying a rich tribute to the PPP leader he declared that,
“His loyalty to the PPP spanned three generations.”
Bilawal went on saying that the present government had increased the problems of the people. “I urge my workers to stand firm and stay united–increase your contact with the people. When we enter Central Punjab, PPP’s flags will be seen everywhere,” he added.
Both PPP and PML-N leaders have joined the JUI-F chairman Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s Azadi March caravan in the capital.
All the opposition leaders have delivered fiery speeches against Prime Minister Imran Khan and his government here on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. They have given a 48-hoyrs ultimatum to PM for resignation.
However, the dead line for the ultimatum has run out without PM Imran Khan’s resignation.
The JUI-F leader still seeking PM Imran Khan’s resignation. Despite being united, the opposition has been unsuccessful in receiving PM Imran Khan’s resignation.
On the other hand, the PTI government confirmed that it would approach court over Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s statements against the Prime Minister of Pakistan.