Bilawal was born in politics: Ahsan
ISLAMABAD: PML-N secretary general Ahsan Iqbal said on Monday that PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was just a newborn in politics.
Speaking to the media after appearing in an accountability court, Ahsan said Bilawal should not release such statements that could politically harm his party, reports the INP. “He will learn over time,” he added.
Criticizing the ruling PTI, Ahsan said the prime minister said he could not implement his vision amid the judicial non-cooperation. “What kind of cooperation does he want? I ask the justice to broadcast live our cases so that the nation knows. Imran Khan only has random stories in his bag. Pakistan’s sovereignty is seriously threatened due to the policies and decisions of the government, ”he said. Today, international reports have clearly warned that Pakistan is on the verge of economic disaster, he added. “We had identified the result long before these international reports. Our sovereignty is at stake. Who is responsible for it? ”Ahsan asked.
He accused Imran Khan of attacking justice during a telethon on Sunday. He said Imran Khan’s intuition was that he was unable to fulfill his mission because the judiciary was not cooperating with him.
“Imran wants the courts to send opposition leaders to jail despite the fact that no reference to corruption has so far been lodged with the courts with concrete evidence,” he said. He called on the media to broadcast the hearing of corruption cases live so that the truth can be separated from the lie. Ahsan regretted that the country had sunk deep into the lending quagmire.
“Imran has borrowed more loans in the past two years than what we had borrowed during our entire tenure,” he said, adding that Imran had borrowed loans to cover the deficit. “Since then, our financial autonomy is at stake. It was the trap that our enemies had set for us. And now, instead of these loans, we have put the autonomy of our institutions at stake, ”he continued.
Ahsan asked what projects the PTI government had initiated during his tenure. “These projects were started when the PML-N was in power and are ending now. The truth is that the government of the day has not succeeded in carrying out most of the projects initiated in our time, ”he said.
Ahsan asked who was responsible for Imran Khan’s incompetence. “Three years have passed and the ‘selected’ prime minister has failed to find a finance minister,” he lamented.
He taunted Prime Minister Imran Khan for claiming he had a dream team to run the country.
“This is the dream team that you have gathered around you. They are all defectors, ”he added. The PML-N chief appealed to Pakistan’s chief justice to take note of an allegation against him that he received 70 billion rupees in bribes on the Sukkur highway. Multan.
“If I received the bribes, take action against me, otherwise stop my character assassination,” he said emphatically. Ahsan was of the opinion that Imran Khan could not hide his incompetence by laying baseless accusations against his political opponents.
He regretted that the PTI government had reduced the budget allocated to the Higher Education Commission. “This government is ruining the country by destroying all the institutions,” he said.
He wondered when those who had brought the PTI to power would say “Enough is enough. He said if all the opposition parties came together on one platform, the government could not even last 10 days.
“The Pakistani Democratic Movement (PDM) is alive and pursuing its mission,” he said, adding that the purpose of the alliance was to lead the country in light of the Constitution. Meanwhile, the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) on Monday served vindication notices on the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and the Awami National Party (ANP) for alleged violation of its consensus rulings.
The opinions were sent to senior leaders of the two opposition parties with the approval of PDM leader Fazlur Rehman. Responding to a question in an informal media interview, PDM Secretary General Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, who signed the justification notices, confirmed having sent notices to the leaders of both sides.
“You will have to respond if you break the trust,” he said. The notices were sent to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Asfandyar Wali Khan.
The PPP was invited to explain in a week its conduct to appoint Yusuf Raza Gilani as opposition leader in the Senate by challenging the consensus decision of the component parts of the Movement with the support of three senators from the Treasury banks.
ANP leaders were asked to explain why they supported the PPP in its efforts to have Gilani nominated by winning the support of senators from the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP). The opinions indicate that the movement of the two parties had damaged the opposition alliance and its cause.
The leaders of two opposition parties have seven days to react. The PDM had decided last month that the PPP candidate would stand for election for the post of President of the Senate, while the post of vice-president would go to JUI-F and the PML-N would get the post of head of the Senate. ‘opposition.
However, the PPP leadership after losing the election of the Senate Speaker did not follow the PDM’s decision and appointed Yusuf Raza Gilani to lead the opposition, creating a rift within the PDM.
Abbasi said the notices had been WhatsApped, while the original copies would be handed over to leaders of both parties during the Senate session. “The PMD gave PPP and ANP seven days to respond. The answer would be presented at the PDM summit which would decide on the next course of action, ”he added.
Abbasi said it was written on the notice that it would not be made public but that if both sides wanted to make it public, they could do so.
Abbasi said the government’s ability to turn around is increasing, as seen recently in the South Punjab Secretariat case.
He said the Punjab Assembly passed a resolution for Bahawalpur and the southern Punjab province, while the government’s performance was known to all. On another question, the former prime minister said the PDM would decide whether to keep the two parties in the alliance or to expel them.
“My job was to issue justification opinions as ordered by the president of the PDM,” he said. Meanwhile, speaking to Geo News, Abbasi said Hamza Shahbaz could run for the post of Punjab’s chief minister if the party seeks votes from the treasury banks.
His statement referred to the PPP’s decision to seek the support of the Balochistan Awami Party (BAP) for the post of Leader of the Opposition in the Senate.
Abbasi said that if the PPP – having five MPAs in the Punjabi Assembly – wanted to change the chief minister, it would only be possible if members of the government supported them. He criticized the PPP for being “friendly opposition” and said people did not want this kind of union in the Senate.
“Instead, people want real opposition. Meanwhile, expressing surprise, the PPP on Sunday questioned the DPM’s authority to send an opinion to an independent political party and called the move a “childish attitude.”
“Demonstration causes have never been used in political alliances and no explanation has ever been requested from allied parties in the politics of alliances. Under what authority has a justification been issued? Ex-PM Raja Pervez Ashraf remarked when contacted for the party point of view.
Pervez asked why the long march was called off and tied to last-minute resignations. “They already knew that the PPP did not support the resignation policy, but the question of resignations was linked to the long march. We need to know who advised the PML-N to link the resignations to the long march, ”he said.
He said the PML-N should also indicate on whose advice it had reached a deal with the PTI for seat adjustments in the Punjab senatorial elections. “We realize that something is brewing. We also have a lot of questions for the PML-N, ”he said.
He said that despite an agreement with the PML-N in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, they did not give voice to Farhatullah Babar. Pervez said that despite being the vice chairman of the PDM, he had not been invited to a recent meeting chaired by the secretary general.
“This meeting was illegal and its decision had no legal status,” he said. Meanwhile, PPPP Secretary General Farhatullah Babar has so far said the party has not received any such notification and once received it will be able to respond.
However, he questioned the authority of the alliance or its proxy to send a notice to one of the constituent parties of the PDM. Reacting to the justification notice, PPPP Information Secretary Shazia Atta Marri said Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Ahsan Iqbal were harming the PDM for becoming prime minister.
“When would a justification be issued to obtain 11 selected senators from Punjab with the connivance of the PML-N and the PTI?” When would a demonstration of cause be issued to put aside the resignations with the long march? ” she asked.
Shazia said the PML-N helped the establishment and the government by calling off the long march. “When will action be taken against the collusion of the PML-N ‘with the establishment and the government?” she asked.
She said the PML-N was only concerned with power and not with solving the problems facing the people. “Whatever successes the PDM has achieved, they are the result of President Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s vision,” she said.