LARKANA: Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party, has said Prime Minister Imran Khan has no other choice but to step down.
In his separate meetings with the party’s lawmakers and leaders at Naudero House on Thursday, Bilawal said people were demanding the resignation of Imran Khan. The Tehreek-i-Insaf government of Pakistan will prove to be the most corrupt in Pakistan’s history, he added.
Gul Mohammad Jakhrani, former federal law minister and president of the Kashmore-Kandhkot PPP chapter, had a detailed meeting with Bilawal and addressed party affairs and planned anti-government protest campaigns.
He also met with Sindh Assembly member Mumtaz Chang, PPP MPA in the Punjab Assembly, and Mir Abid Sundrani from Kashmore, and addressed the political situation with them, said party sources.
Bilawal discussed with Sundrani the situation in Sindh, especially the party affairs in Kashmore, according to the media cell of the PPP. The legislator briefed the chairman of the party on the state of affairs in his district.
Bilawal said that the people of Kashmore had always lent support to the PPP in elections and that the party will also continue to look after them and carry out uninterrupted growth in the various sectors of the city.
He also visited Warah’s PPP MPA, Burhan Chandio, and shared opinions with him about the province’s political situation. The MPA briefed the President on the problems facing the residents of Qambar-Shahdadkot and claimed that the PPP had always concentrated on the conduct of pro-people growth projects in the district.
Bilawal is scheduled to inaugurate the Larkana Industrial Estate on Airport Road during his stay near Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Medical University on Friday. The site, spread over 194 acres, has the potential to house 94 industrial units, providing work opportunities for over 20,000 individuals.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, Chief Minister of Colleges and Boards and PPP Sindh Chairman Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, and Jam Ikramullah Dharejo, Sindh Minister of Finance, Manufacturing and Anti-Corruption, will accompany the chairman, the sources said.
Bilawal will also speak at a public meeting for which, the sources said, invitation cards had been given to notables and partymen.