Pakistan Peoples Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari while speaking to local news channel lamented government’s decision for not inviting opposition during Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman’s historic visit to Pakistan. He said it would have been better if the premier had consulted the Parliament on the making of Pakistan’s foreign policy.
Meanwhile talking about Pulawama incident which killed 44 Indian troops, he said Pakistan has a clear stance on terrorism: we neither support terrorism nor want terrorism adding that “Had Kashmiris been given their rights, such terrorism incidents [like Pulwama attack] would not have happened,” Bilawal lamented, adding that India’s levying of allegations against Pakistan was a “natural and emotional” reaction to the incident.
He also praised the the performance of his party in the 2018 general election and said “PPP accepted the election results in order to avoid making the constitution controversial”. Criticising the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government, the PPP leader said the government’s plan was not clear. “Neither politics nor economy can survive by taking U-turns on every decision”.
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17 November, 2019