Ready to sacrifice PPP govt in Sindh to overthrow PM Imran Khan: Bilawal Bhutto

LAHORE: Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that we are ready if the Sindh government has to make sacrifices to send the government home.

Talking to media in Lahore, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the government was in a state of panic and confusion because the government knew that it could not get a majority in the Senate.

He said that terrorism on APS is fresh in our memory, this government left the children of APS destitute which we condemn, Ehsanullah Ehsan of banned TTP who was involved in APS incident. The government has failed to put terrorists in jail.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that our demand is that the Prime Minister should resign by January 31 because the government is not making any effort to alleviate the problems of the people, after sugar, flour, Sui gas crisis is also about to rise, inflation We are at the forefront of the region.

He said that the voice of the whole of Pakistan is that Imran Khan will have to go, all the parties of PDM demand that the Prime Minister should resign.

Talking about the meeting with PML-N president Shahbaz Sharif in Lahore jail, the PPP chairman said that the purpose of the meeting with Shahbaz Sharif was to offer condolences but if two politicians meet, there is also a political issue with Shahbaz Sharif. The meeting focused on strengthening the PDM.

Replying to a question, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that if the government has to make sacrifices to send the government home, then we are ready.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that all of us including me have decided to submit resignations, we will adopt a strategy to use the atom bomb of long march and resignations.

He said that our strategy would be to ensure that the country does not suffer from instability. Will benefit and the government will suffer.

Chairman PPP said that we know both resistance and negotiations but now it is time to talk, now we are accepting his resignation, now we are running a movement, at this time we cannot talk to anyone.

He further said that a policy of dialogue is also essential for the success of the democratic system in the country. We want to restore true democracy in Pakistan.

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