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  • Bilawal says PTI to not quit KP and Punjab assemblies.
  • He says "chaos" being spread to save Khan, people close to him.
  • Bilawal says PPP's jiyala to become next mayor of Karachi.
In an apparent jibe at PTI Chairman Imran Khan, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said Wednesday institution's apolitical stance has got "puppet" politicians worrying about their future.

"The institution has accepted its mistake. But now, they ['puppet politicians'] are worried that if the institution has become neutral, then what will become of their politics," Bilawal told a charged crowd in Karachi during his address at a ceremony held to mark PPP's 55th foundation day.

The PPP chairman's comments came after former army chief General (retd) Qamar Javed Bajwa's interview, where he said that the army’s decision to become “apolitical” will help enhance its prestige in the long term.

Bilawal, who also holds the portfolio of foreign minister, vowed to thwart anti-democratic forces and the party will continue fighting against the "enemies" of democracy.

The PPP chairman said "chaos" was being spread in the country to save "watch thief" Khan, his sister Aleema Khan, Farah Gogi — a close aide PTI chief's wife Bushra Bibi — from accountability.

Bilawal said when the PTI was "faizyab", the party defeated PPP in its stronghold of Lyari and "stole" the mandate of the people.

'Lying'​

Bilawal said Wednesday that "coward" PTI Chairman Khan's party lawmakers would not quit the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab assemblies.

"If you want to resign, then go ahead. The PPP is ready to face you; PPP is not afraid of 'puppets' and 'selected actors'," Bilawal said.

Bilawal claimed that Khan was "lying" when he said that his party's lawmakers would resign from both assemblies as he is notorious for going back on his word.

"Don't you remember", he told the crowd, "that after PTI resigned from the National Assembly and the by-polls were set to take place, they moved the courts and plead that their resignations were just a political stunt".

The PTI chief — who called off his long march to Islamabad last week — announced quitting assemblies across the country as he could not be part of a "corrupt system" anymore.

Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Pervez Elahi has also backed Khan's call to quit the assembly and said that if the PTI chief asks him to dissolve the house, he would do so without waiting for a minute.

However, the PML-N — along with the coalition parties — is mulling thwarting the move and the party's senior leaders have stressed that they would go to "any length" to keep it from dissolving.

Taking a jibe at Khan for cutting his long march short, Bilawal said: "He fled from Pindi. The coward beat a hasty retreat just like he did at the time of no-confidence motion."

Bilawal told Khan that if he decides to resign from the assemblies, then the PPP and its "jiyalas" were ready to face his party. "We're not afraid of you," he vowed.

'Jiyala' to be next mayor Karachi​

At the outset of his address, Bilawal thanked the people of Karachi for coming out in huge numbers as the party had decided to hold the founding day at different districts instead of a central one due to floods.

Bilawal paid glaring tributes to his mother, former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and his maternal grandfather, ex-premier Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, for their services to the country.

He added that a "jiyala" would be elected Karachi's mayor when the local body elections — scheduled to be held in January 2023 — take place.

"A jiyala sitting here in this crowd will become the next mayor," he said, stressing that the PPP does not promote politics of hatred and anarchy.
 

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Bilawal disputes ‘political failure’ narrative on 1971 debacle

Exactly a week after former army chief Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa referred to the East Pakistan loss as a ‘political’ failure, Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari in a thinly-veiled rejection of the claim insisted on Wednesday that the Dhaka debacle in 1971 was in fact a ‘military failure’ that had brought host of challenges for the Zulfikar Ali Bhutto-led PPP.

The foreign minister expressed this opinion at the Nishtar Park rally, which was organised to mark the 55th foundation day of his party as part of countrywide celebrations.

On the occasion, the PPP chairman revisited the history of his party and recounted the achievements of its founder. He referred to the fall of Dhaka in 1971, when his grandfather took up the challenge to reunite the “disintegrated country” and “regain the lost glory”.

“When Zulfikar Ali Bhutto took over the government, the people were broken and had lost all hope,” he said. “But he rebuilt the nation, restored the confidence of the people and finally brought our 90,000 troops back home who had been made prisoners of war due to ‘military failure’. Those 90,000 soldiers were reunited with their families. And that all was made possible due to politics of hope... of unity... and inclusion.”

Terms fall of Dhaka ‘military failure’; says PTI will never resign from KP and Punjab assemblies
While addressing a Defence and Martyrs Ceremony at the General Headquarters last week, former army chief retired Gen Qamar Bajwa — in an attempt to “correct the record” — had made the claim: “I want to correct the record. First of all, the fall of East Pakistan was not a military but a political failure. The number of fighting soldiers was not 92,000, it was rather only 34,000, the rest were from various government departments.”

He had said those 34,000 people fought 250,000 Indian army soldiers, and 200,000 trained Mukti Bahini fighters but still they fought valiantly despite all odds and offered unprecedented sacrifices.

In an over hour-long speech, the foreign minister recalled the history of his party that he said “sacrificed” two elected prime ministers. Even their family members were not spared and slain in an attempt to weaken democracy and strengthen the “puppet leadership”, he said.

Taking a jibe at Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chairman, the PPP chief said that contrary to Imran Khan’s claim, the PTI would never quit the assemblies of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab, as it had a history of taking “U-turns” and that too for the vested interests.

“Mark my words! they would never resign from the KP and Punjab assemblies,” reiterated Mr Bhutto-Zardari. “They have a history of such fraud. They resigned from the National Assembly and when their resignations were accepted by the Speaker [of the National Assembly], they approached the court to stop him from doing so.”
 

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  • Bilawal says PPP's jiyala to become next mayor of Karachi.
In an apparent jibe at PTI Chairman Imran Khan, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said Wednesday institution's apolitical stance has got "puppet" politicians worrying about their future.

"The institution has accepted its mistake. But now, they ['puppet politicians'] are worried that if the institution has become neutral, then what will become of their politics," Bilawal told a charged crowd in Karachi during his address at a ceremony held to mark PPP's 55th foundation day.

The PPP chairman's comments came after former army chief General (retd) Qamar Javed Bajwa's interview, where he said that the army’s decision to become “apolitical” will help enhance its prestige in the long term.

Bilawal, who also holds the portfolio of foreign minister, vowed to thwart anti-democratic forces and the party will continue fighting against the "enemies" of democracy.

The PPP chairman said "chaos" was being spread in the country to save "watch thief" Khan, his sister Aleema Khan, Farah Gogi — a close aide PTI chief's wife Bushra Bibi — from accountability.

Bilawal said when the PTI was "faizyab", the party defeated PPP in its stronghold of Lyari and "stole" the mandate of the people.

'Lying'​

Bilawal said Wednesday that "coward" PTI Chairman Khan's party lawmakers would not quit the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab assemblies.

"If you want to resign, then go ahead. The PPP is ready to face you; PPP is not afraid of 'puppets' and 'selected actors'," Bilawal said.

Bilawal claimed that Khan was "lying" when he said that his party's lawmakers would resign from both assemblies as he is notorious for going back on his word.

"Don't you remember", he told the crowd, "that after PTI resigned from the National Assembly and the by-polls were set to take place, they moved the courts and plead that their resignations were just a political stunt".

The PTI chief — who called off his long march to Islamabad last week — announced quitting assemblies across the country as he could not be part of a "corrupt system" anymore.

Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Pervez Elahi has also backed Khan's call to quit the assembly and said that if the PTI chief asks him to dissolve the house, he would do so without waiting for a minute.

However, the PML-N — along with the coalition parties — is mulling thwarting the move and the party's senior leaders have stressed that they would go to "any length" to keep it from dissolving.

Taking a jibe at Khan for cutting his long march short, Bilawal said: "He fled from Pindi. The coward beat a hasty retreat just like he did at the time of no-confidence motion."

Bilawal told Khan that if he decides to resign from the assemblies, then the PPP and its "jiyalas" were ready to face his party. "We're not afraid of you," he vowed.

'Jiyala' to be next mayor Karachi​

At the outset of his address, Bilawal thanked the people of Karachi for coming out in huge numbers as the party had decided to hold the founding day at different districts instead of a central one due to floods.

Bilawal paid glaring tributes to his mother, former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and his maternal grandfather, ex-premier Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, for their services to the country.

He added that a "jiyala" would be elected Karachi's mayor when the local body elections — scheduled to be held in January 2023 — take place.

"A jiyala sitting here in this crowd will become the next mayor," he said, stressing that the PPP does not promote politics of hatred and anarchy.
Munshi of bajwa is crying on the retirement of his master 😃
 

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  • Bilawal says PPP's jiyala to become next mayor of Karachi.
In an apparent jibe at PTI Chairman Imran Khan, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said Wednesday institution's apolitical stance has got "puppet" politicians worrying about their future.

"The institution has accepted its mistake. But now, they ['puppet politicians'] are worried that if the institution has become neutral, then what will become of their politics," Bilawal told a charged crowd in Karachi during his address at a ceremony held to mark PPP's 55th foundation day.

The PPP chairman's comments came after former army chief General (retd) Qamar Javed Bajwa's interview, where he said that the army’s decision to become “apolitical” will help enhance its prestige in the long term.

Bilawal, who also holds the portfolio of foreign minister, vowed to thwart anti-democratic forces and the party will continue fighting against the "enemies" of democracy.

The PPP chairman said "chaos" was being spread in the country to save "watch thief" Khan, his sister Aleema Khan, Farah Gogi — a close aide PTI chief's wife Bushra Bibi — from accountability.

Bilawal said when the PTI was "faizyab", the party defeated PPP in its stronghold of Lyari and "stole" the mandate of the people.

'Lying'​

Bilawal said Wednesday that "coward" PTI Chairman Khan's party lawmakers would not quit the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab assemblies.

"If you want to resign, then go ahead. The PPP is ready to face you; PPP is not afraid of 'puppets' and 'selected actors'," Bilawal said.

Bilawal claimed that Khan was "lying" when he said that his party's lawmakers would resign from both assemblies as he is notorious for going back on his word.

"Don't you remember", he told the crowd, "that after PTI resigned from the National Assembly and the by-polls were set to take place, they moved the courts and plead that their resignations were just a political stunt".

The PTI chief — who called off his long march to Islamabad last week — announced quitting assemblies across the country as he could not be part of a "corrupt system" anymore.

Chief Minister Punjab Chaudhry Pervez Elahi has also backed Khan's call to quit the assembly and said that if the PTI chief asks him to dissolve the house, he would do so without waiting for a minute.

However, the PML-N — along with the coalition parties — is mulling thwarting the move and the party's senior leaders have stressed that they would go to "any length" to keep it from dissolving.

Taking a jibe at Khan for cutting his long march short, Bilawal said: "He fled from Pindi. The coward beat a hasty retreat just like he did at the time of no-confidence motion."

Bilawal told Khan that if he decides to resign from the assemblies, then the PPP and its "jiyalas" were ready to face his party. "We're not afraid of you," he vowed.

'Jiyala' to be next mayor Karachi​

At the outset of his address, Bilawal thanked the people of Karachi for coming out in huge numbers as the party had decided to hold the founding day at different districts instead of a central one due to floods.

Bilawal paid glaring tributes to his mother, former prime minister Benazir Bhutto and his maternal grandfather, ex-premier Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, for their services to the country.

He added that a "jiyala" would be elected Karachi's mayor when the local body elections — scheduled to be held in January 2023 — take place.

"A jiyala sitting here in this crowd will become the next mayor," he said, stressing that the PPP does not promote politics of hatred and anarchy.
PPP (zardari & billo) group is the biggest cancer & corrupt & crimenals & the biggest puppet of US & Israel in PAKISTAN it must be finished but first it is most important to kick out this cancer (PPP) from Karachi people of Karachi extremely exhausted by watching there bloody faces & don't want to see them ever again in this City...
 

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