Pakistan Politics: Holding former Prime Minister Imran Khan responsible for Pakistan’s current economic crisis, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has urged people to take measures for economic and electoral reforms. For this, give some time to the current Shehbaz Sharif government. Addressing a gathering in Larkana on Tuesday on the 69th birth anniversary of his mother Benazir Bhutto, Bilawal said it was necessary to remove the “elected government” of former prime minister Khan as it was becoming a threat to Pakistan’s economy and democracy. Went. “Pakistan was saved by the removal of the elected government,” he said.
Let us tell you that Khan was removed from power in April this year through a no-confidence motion in Parliament. Since his removal from office, Khan has been continuously demanding fresh elections.
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The foreign minister said, “Give this government some time for economic and electoral reforms. We hope that then we will come out of the troubles created by the previous government.” The External Affairs Minister said, “Give this government some time for economic and electoral reforms. We hope that then we will come out of the troubles created by the previous government.
The minister expressed hope that Pakistan would be removed from the “doubt list” during the plenary meeting of the Paris-based global money laundering and terror financing watchdog Financial Action Task Force (FATF) in October.
Bilawal remembers his mother Benazir
Pakistan People’s Party chief Bilawal recalled the struggles of his mother Benazir for the restoration of democracy. Benazir was the first woman elected prime minister in the Islamic world.
Bilawal said, “She was the voice of the country. He fought for youth and women. His legacy is immortal.” Benazir was assassinated in 2007 during an election rally in Rawalpindi.
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