LAHORE: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday said that he doesn’t want to be blamed for wrapping up of democracy and that the government should get respect for itself as well as the institutions.
He warned the government by saying he doesn’t want anarchy and blamed for wrapping up of democracy.
Addressing party workers of South Punjab at a meeting in Lahore, Bilawal also announced rebellion against corruption and warned there will be zero tolerance for corruption whether it is within or outside the country.
He assured party workers of accountability within the party as well as on the government level. The party leaders told in the briefing that they are ready to show resistance in front of the government on issues concerning the people whether they are load shedding, or issues faced by farmers.
Condemning the violence on the nurses in Islamabad, Bilawal warned the government. Expressing their views to the top leadership, the party leaders said that they want to be treated the same as the people of Punjab.