Dialogue possible in the Assembly but first the PM should resign: Bilawal

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the Federal Minister for Home Affairs and the Government of Pakistan are making noise on the Democratic Party (PDM).

Addressing a press conference in Thatta, Bilawal said that even in difficult circumstances, the Prime Minister says he is on training, the people are having to bear the burden of inflation due to incompetent Prime Minister.

He said that the National Dialogue could take place in the Assembly but first the Prime Minister should resign and the government should come forward to find a political solution to the issue.
Bilawal advised the PDM to hold a long march towards Aabpara Chowk and said that with the cooperation of the people, the elected government would be removed and a people’s government would be brought.

On the Machh incident, the PPP chairman said that they condemn terrorism on miners in Balochistan. The government should start implementing the National Action Plan. Ever since this government came, the National Action Plan has not been implemented.

He said that terrorists were fleeing due to non-implementation of the National Action Plan, the Home Minister and the government were making noise on the PDM.

It may be recalled that 11 miners were killed and several others injured in a firing incident at a coal field in Machh area of ​​Bolan district of Balochistan.

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