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Former president Asif Ali Zardari claimed on Monday that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government will end in coming four to five months.
Speaking in the parliament house, the Pakistan Peoples Party chief said that political forces will replace the PTI government. "Imran's government will not be dismissed by pushing a button. It will go after a political struggle and opposition is doing it. It will end before November."
Zardari said that the future belongs to Maryam Nawaz and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari."Maryam is like our daughter. We will keep giving her our suggestions," he said. The former president said that the PML-N holds the majority in the Senate hence it's quite possible that the new chairman will come from the party.
The PPP chairman admitted that his party also committed mistakes but added that the political forces will be cautious to not repeat them. "Imran Khan is a reward of our political mistakes," he sarcastically remarked.
Zardari said that he is saying from the first day that the former prime minister Nawaz Sharif is not well and he should be at least put in house arrest.
"Not issuing production orders is against the parliamentary traditions. It's possible that this my last production order but I am assured that 2020 will be a year of progress for Pakistan," he said.
The PPP chief said that a civilian Martial Law is imposed in the country, time will tell that an all parties government will be put into place or a fresh election will be called soon.
Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Monday that no compromise would be made on democracy in the state, come what may.
Addressing a rally in Dir, the PPP chairman alleged that the “selected” prime minister wanted to snatch away democratic rights from the people.
“Imran Khan’s politics has become politics of revenge. We are up against a selected prime minister hidden under the garb of democracy,” he said.
Bilawal said that Khan spoke of justice, and freedom of press and judiciary before coming into power, but today, he was attacking the judiciary and gagging the press.
“The incumbent government has made life difficult for the poor by increasing inflation,” he said. “Imran Khan has brought the circumstances to a point, where people are praying for government’s departure in the very first year of its term.”
The PPP chairman said people were taking to streets and everyone was worried. “The ones, who selected him, are also worried as to who they have selected.”
He said the government brought three budgets in one year, increasing the prices of petrol, electricity, edibles and medicines.
“The provinces are getting bankrupted because of the ineligibility of the federation,” Bilawal said. “Punjab and Sindh are being paid less than their fair share. Even, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is being paid Rs40 billion less.”
He told the participants: “This is your money, it should be spent on your welfare. They want to deprive the provinces of their rights by plundering the NFC Award.”
The PPP chairman recalled that Khan used to say that after becoming the prime minister, people would pay him so much in taxes that the country would no longer require loans.
“But this time the tax collection is the lowest in history and now the people are being robbed to overcome this deficit,” he said.
Bilawal said the prime minister should clearly understand that no compromise would be made on the martyrs’ blood. “Send my party and family to jail, but no compromise can be made on principles, 18th Amendment and democracy.”
The PPP chairman also noted the services of his party’s founder and former premier Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. He said whenever his party came into power, it brought agricultural reforms in the country.
“Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto ended the Nawabi system from Pakistan and gave lands to the ones, who could never become its owners,” Bilawal said. “He gave the constitution to this country, made it a nuclear-capable state.”