Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Video report - National Action Plan is not being properly implemented: Bilawal Bhutto

The National Action Plan is not being properly implemented in the country, said Pakistan Peoples Party Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday.
He was speaking to the media at the Sadhu Bela temple near Sukkur on Wednesday.
Bilawal condemned the blast on Bedian Road in Lahore, saying the government should fulfil the promises such as those regarding forming a national security committee of the Parliament so that terrorism-related issues could be addressed. 

“The National Action Plan is not being implemented,” Bilawal told reporters. "There are many points [[of NAP] that have not been addressed, such as the reemergence of banned organisations under new names or the judicial reforms or action against terrorists in Punjab."  
When asked when he would enter Punjab, the PPP chairperson responded, “I keep on visiting Punjab and keep on working. I am travelling to Lahore tomorrow.”
Bilawal was at the temple for lunch hosted by opposition leader Khursheed Shah. Upon his arrival, Bilawal was welcomed by Shah's son.
According to the in charge of the event, a special menu has been prepared for Bilawal, which included vegetable curry, rice bread, chickpea curry and many other dishes, besides various seasonal fruits.
Other leaders of the party were also present on the occasion.

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