RAWALPINDI: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Sunday that there is no bigger stooge than Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Nawaz Sharif.
Bilawal addressed a political rally on Sunday in Kotli Sattian Tehsil of Rawalpindi and said in his speech that the former premier could be a conspirator but not a revolutionary and that the federally ruling party would meet failure in General Elections 2018 exactly how Senate chairman polls unfolded.
PPP chairman taunted that democracy is conditional to PML-N’s victory, according to Nawaz Sharif and that everytime he loses, democracy is at threat.
Even today, Nawaz Sharif can act like he used to while serving for dictator Ziaul Haq in the past, Bilawal said.
The PPP leader rhetorically asked why he was not stressing for respect of people’s votes during Changa Manga operation against late Benazir Bhutto, while serving under shadow of Ziaul Haq and IGI and ‘black coat’ movement against former president Asif Ali Zardari.
He further posed a question to the rally participants to contemplate since when Nawaz had become a revolutionary all of a sudden.
Bilawal rhetorically asked the ousted premier to explain how did he reach at a point where he was vulnerable to disqualification as the premier of Pakistan.
Nawaz Sharif destroyed agriculture and textile manufacturing industries, Bilawal alleged.
He vowed to not let the federal government that began process to privatize Pakistan International Airline (PIA) and Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM), turn stoves cold in homes of the impoverished.
Bilawal said that he would not let the government rights of labourers.
PPP chairman criticised Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan as well during his speech. He said that Khan leveled corruption allegations against all lawmakers but failed to present his sources of income.