After Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto’s warning to topple the government, former president Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday (April 4) while addressing an event on commemoration of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto on his 40th death anniversary, also warned the government b y saying that PPP will soon announce campaign to down the PTI government.
“Be patient, we will announce a campaign soon to bring this government down. We will not stage sit-in like them (PTI) and will continue sleeping on the roads till they resign.” “Before the elections, I told you that they wanted to repeal the 18th Amendment,” Zardari said. “
“We cannot give them any more time, we have to get them out of the government,” he told supporters and admirers. “I have no desire for leading the government but these people [the incumbent leadership] have set Pakistan back 50 years; if they stay, the country will go back 100 years,” he said. While talking about controversial 18th Amendment, he said “They just want to do away with our 18th Amendment,” said adding that “‘Yesterday’, their ministers used to say they would not roll back the 18th Amendment but, today, they are about to do so.”
Meanwhile talking about hike in electricity and other products he said “A poor man cannot live their life given the high prices at present,” he stressed.
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