Threatened to hold elections or else Martial law will be imposed – Bilawal

Threatened to hold elections or else Martial law will be imposed – Bilawal

ISLAMABAD: Bilawal Bhutto has said that a message was conveyed to him one night before the no-confidence motion, threatening to hold immediate elections or else martial law will be imposed. Our party has a policy. Not the forces that do not want elections.

Expressing his views in the National Assembly,

Political opponents of the past are allies today for the survival of the country. One could have thought about the AP or the BNP being allies of the government, if there is a war situation then there could be such a political situation. Didn’t do anything to be remembered.

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto

Bilawal Bhutto said that the former prime minister has violated the constitution, Imran Khan has done irreparable damage to democracy and institutions, there should be a parliamentary commission to investigate unconstitutional measures like April 3, the former prime minister thinks he is a sacred cow. Former Prime Minister is roaming the corners of the country like a sacred cow. Constitution, democracy, economic rights, rights of provinces have been robbed. Action should be taken against those who attack the constitution and democracy.

Chairman PPP said that at present there is a crisis in every sector of the country. People who call people thieves and thieves themselves turned out to be thieves. Someone asked Imran Khan what game he played with Pakistan for 4 years, Imran Khan is promoting anti-state rhetoric in the country, Imran Khan is attacking national institutions which is unbearable.

The Foreign Minister further said that India is changing the population of Kashmiris in the Occupied Territories, Indian atrocities continue in the Occupied Territories, strongly condemns Indian actions, India has illegally changed the status of Kashmir, India The resettlement of non-Kashmiris started after August 5, rejecting India’s self-appointed commission, the BJP government repeatedly violated international law.

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