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Pakistan

Web Desk
November 15, 2019

Bilawal says Pakistan will have a new PM by next year

Pakistan

Web Desk
Fri, Nov 15, 2019
Bilawal said that the chances of the prime minister going home had not decreased but on the contrary had increased

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Friday that the country would have a new prime minister by next year.

Speaking to media after a meeting of the party's core committee, the PPP chairman said that elections would be held next year and as a result, a new prime minister would be elected.

"The PPP wants elections to be held," he said. "We don't want to go from one selected government to another."

Bilawal said that the chances of the prime minister going home had not decreased but on the contrary had increased.

He said that the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) did not inform the Rahbar Committee about Plan B and Plan C in detail.

"The Rahbar Committee was not informed in detail about Fazl's talks with the Chaudhry brothers and the Plan B and C of the Azadi March," he said.

Bilawal said that the PPP had fulfilled its promises to Fazl. He said that by next year, a new prime minister will be in office.

"I can see with certainty that by next year Imran Khan will not be the prime minister," he said. "We will have a new prime minister next year."

In response to a question, Bilawal said that Asif Zardari was not being allowed to meet his personal physician since the last six months.

"Zardari has not applied for bail," he said.

Bilawal said that the PPP would present its agenda on its founding day.

"On our founding day, we will hold a jalsa in Azad Kashmir," he said.

Bilawal said that occupied Kashmir had been transformed into a huge jail. He said that the PPP would not stop raising its voice for the people of Kashmir.

The PPP chairman lashed out at the government for not having an economic plan in place.

"Ever since this government has taken control of the country, the economic situation has taken a turn for the worse," he said. "The common man has to pay the price in the form of increased taxes."