PML-N stands dissolved,there is only PML-S now: Bilawal Bhutto
10 April, 2018
MULTAN: Pakistan Peoples Party chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Monday that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif had been ousted from the country’s politics. “PML-N stands dissolved. There is only PML-S now,” he said while speaking to the media in Multan.
“In the upcoming election, the PPP would contest against PML-S and PTI,” Bilawal said.
Bilawal said that Nawaz had made history by being elected thrice as the PM, and yet he did not do anything for the people in all his three terms in office. “The people don’t care who was ousted and when, they want solutions to their issues,” the PPP chairman said.
“What has Nawaz done besides undertaking mass transit projects?” he asked, saying that compared to him, the PPP-led government in Sindh had done revolutionary work.
“The public should be able to differentiate between those genuinely interested in working for them and the rest and others. Some people have changed their stance just before elections, while there are others whose politics has remained unaffected,” he held.
Bilawal stressed that the PPP wanted a law that could hold everyone equally accountable. “We want a strong election commission over which noone has any reservations,” he remarked.
Over his claims pertaining to making a separate province in South Punjab, the PPP chairperson said that PPP had always raised voice for the people of South Punjab. “We spoke about making a separate province to end deprivation here.”
Responding to Supreme Court’s suo motu notice of delay in the provision of justice to Model Town victims, he said, “We have been raising the Model Town issue for a while now. We hope that justice will be dispensed to the victims.”