Bilawal Believes Nawaz Sharif Searches Conflict between Parliament, Judiciary

The chairman for Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has claimed on 22 February, the former Prime Minister for the nation, Nawaz Sharif is trying to find out a quarrel between and parliament and the judiciary.


However, by addressing to its party workers in Lahore, the chairperson for the PPP, made public that Sharif is only reason behind the critical situation that his party has been facing,

Although he has currently disqualified from his head post of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) as court declared that recently.

While after court’s approval giving right to lead a political party despite of announcement of disqualification in the nation, the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), and other political opposition groups resisted the court baseless amendment, said Bilawal.

He added saying that the opposition parties had demanded the PML-N to annul the said law, while Bilawal also splashed the hairman of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

Imran Khan, continuing that PTI and Sharif’s party, both have aims to keep the poor poorer and the rich richer but not anymore.

The son of former president of the nation Asif Ali Zardari, also put dirt on Sharif family saying these are masters of hypocrisy, lies, and dishonesty.

He also mentioned that Khan’s economic philosophy based on Jehangir Khan Tareen, while Sharif family wish for all five mega projects to go to their cronies.

Nevertheless, the people of Pakistan has believed dishonesty behind the Sharifs’ economic system as well baseless offers of Imran Khan, both are bad for our nation, son of the late Benazir Bhutto added.

At the end of his addressing, Bilawal made appeal to its nation specially those who belong to Punjab province, to become part of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP),

And support them to build a new Pakistan with incredible progress or as modern state. He also referred Punjab as best but he has intention to make that destination just for farmers, poor, and laborers and minorities.