Pakistan

‘He has lost, his government’s time is up’: Bilawal hits out at PM Imran Khan on televised address

ISLAMABAD: Responding to televised address to the nation, the Opposition on Thursday berated Prime Minister Imran Khan for not fulfilling a single promise and “enslaving” the country to foreign institutions.

The Opposition leaders’ comments came shortly after the premier addressed the nation, where he claimed the Opposition was acceptable to foreign powers as they were “corrupt”, but he is not bearable to them.  PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said: “He (prime minister) has lost and his government’s time is up.”

Bilawal, referring to the premier, said he does not listen to “the former prime minister’s” speeches as now, even the people are aware of his “lies.”

The PPP chairman said the prime minister has not fulfilled a single promise during his tenure and enslaved the nation to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

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