Bilawal Bhutto says Imran Khan ‘will flee Pakistan’ like other lawmakers
Update: May 23, 2021 9:38 PM STI
Islamabad [Pakistan], May 23 (ANI): Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said on Sunday that Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan would also flee the country like other lawmakers.
According to Geo News, the opposition leader said “Imran Khan will also flee the country like other lawmakers, including former Pakistani Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz and former President Pervez Musharraf.”
Addressing a press conference, Bilawal claimed that Imran Khan “was leading the country to destruction in pursuit of Musharraf’s goal.”
“The poverty rate was 50% during the reign of the dictator benefactor of Imran Khan Pervez Musharraf,” Bilawal said, quoted by Geo News. He further said massive loans were being taken abroad on strict terms, which would increase the country’s economic hardship. Imran Khan’s cabinet wastes public treasury money.
“Imran Khan’s crime is not only inflation, but also the condescension of the Mafia which causes inflation in the country,” Bilawal said while attacking, adding that the prime minister accused the others but that he should “first examine his own actions”.
Earlier this month, speaking of Imran Khan’s recent trip to Saudi Arabia, he said it was unfortunate that the same prime minister, who spoke of not getting loans from other countries, was carrying the “bowl begging “with him all over the world. .
“Mr. Prime Minister, you surely have extensive experience in fundraising. However, countries don’t run on donations alone, ”said the PPP chairman.
As Pakistan’s financial debt continues to rise, Bilawal also said the prime minister borrowed money from China to repay Saudi Arabia’s $ 3 billion loan, adding that inept economic policies of the current government had made the life of the common man very difficult.
“If the money we get from loans continues to be wasted on corruption, the common man will continue to bear the burden of inflation,” he said, adding that “Imran Khan, you should get out from your palace to Bani Gala “.
Bilawal had said the government could not even reimburse payments for China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects, adding that China was reluctant to issue $ 6 billion in funds for the ML-1 project, Geo News reported. .
“The reluctance of the Chinese government (to issue the funds) is actually an expression of its lack of confidence in the PTI government,” he said, adding that foreign investors were afraid to invest in Pakistan. . (ANI)