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October 20, 2016

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When I step out, Nawaz will realise Bhutto has arrived, says Bilawal

When I step out, Nawaz will realise Bhutto has arrived, says Bilawal

SUKKUR: The chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, while talking to media at Naudero House in Larkana on Wednesday, said that he would not make any u-turn, and that when he stepped out, Nawaz Sharif would realise that Bhutto had arrived.

Bilawal also said that the PPP would launch a “Go Nawaz Go” movement if the federal government did not accept their demands by December 27. He said that Nawaz Sharif was proving himself to be the prime minister of Punjab and not the prime minister of Pakistan.   Bilawal said that the shifting of the State Bank to Punjab would not only be harmful for democracy but for the country as well.

He said that the government had not yet given any solid justification for shifting the head office of the State Bank. Bilawal said that Nawaz Sharif had given a wrong impression to the people by inviting Modi to the   wedding ceremony of his granddaughter. The PPP chairman said Syed Qaim Ali Shah, Nisar Ahmed Khuhro and 

Maula Bux Chandio had been shortlisted for the post of Sindh PPP president. He said that now the top hierarchy of the party would be consulted to make its decision on who among the three contenders was going to be nominated to the post of provincial president of the party.

He said that Karachi was Sindh, but Sindh was not getting its due share even though the province contributed 70 percent revenue to the Centre. Faryal Talpur, MNA, senior minister Nisar Khuhro and others were also present at the press conference.

 

 

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