Bilawal warns govt against rigging Azad Kashmir elections
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party director Bilawal Bhutto Zardari held a public interview where he pummeled the PML-N administration and cautioned them against gear the up and coming Kashmir decisions.
Amid his discussion, Bilawal scrutinized Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif more than once and even said that he upheld Imran Khan against Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Bilawal said that Kashmir had the most elevated education rate among every one of the territories of Pakistan. He said that PPP had worked for training in the territory and built up colleges for Kashmiris.
“How often have you heard the word Kashmir from the Prime Minister’s lips?” he said. “The Prime Minister went to India and he didn’t meet with the Hurriyat individuals. Be that as it may, he managed to meet some steel moguls,” included Bilawal.
Bilawal cautioned the legislature that if the races of Kashmir were fixed, then the PM would disregard the 2014 sit-in dissent.
“In the event that these races are fixed or the PML-N resorts to brutality amid them, then the Prime Minister will disregard the 2014 sit-in dissent,” he said.
Bilawal additionally said that the present government did not have any remote approach with respect to Kashmir. He paid tribute to the Kashmiris by saying that they had set out their lives for Pakistan and stood up even with Indian monstrosities.
Bilawal said that the approach of compromise was not his but rather his mother’s. He called attention to that she had additionally composed a book on it and that it related to PML-N as well as to other restriction parties also.