Bilawal Bhutto Zardari chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party has announced that he will come to streets if the anti-people budget is passed. He said that to send the message that the budget is unaccepted by the people a rally would be organised which would be conducted in the hometown of former Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf in Gujjar Khan.
Referring to the multi-party conference by Jamiyat Ulema-i-Islam, he said that this will provide the opposition a chance to put forward an agenda post one year of new government. All the important issues such as attacks human rights and democratic situations and economy situations will be discussed. He said that not even a single job is given by the PM Imran Khan from the 10 million jobs and not a single house has been built from the 5 million houses that were promised.
He further said that the solutions to the problems faced by the masses are not possible for one man to find out. He said that “We will need to meet on a regular basis and each issue cannot be discussed in a day”. Answering to an question Mr. Bilawal said that whatever decision would be made in the conference about chairman senate Sadiq Sanjrani, all members of the party will toe to the party policy and He hoped that same would happen in the PML-N’s party. He said that Sindh is not given its water and it is stolen from them, also he regrets that provinces are not provided with their rights. He also urged the members of MQM, GDA and independents from Sindh not to vote for anti-people budget.