Ready for long march to defend 18th Amendment: Bilawal Bhutto
KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari warned the government that his party was ready to defend the 18th Amendment even if it had to launch a long march for it.
“We will not let them snatch away our hospitals,” said the Bhutto scion, while speaking to media. Bilawal was inuaugurating a medical college in Gambat.
“I challenge the federal government to inaugurate a college like this,” he said, claiming that the federal cabinet was incompetent.
Bilawal said that his party would take part in an anti-government long march if attempt were made to repeal the 18th Amendment. Bilawal said that the party will appeal against the decision on the 18th amendment.
He said that Zulfikar Ali Bhutto had dismissed Imran Khan’s father on the basis of corruption.
“In the last budget, people like the prime minister’s sister received benefit,” he said. “Where is the benefit for the common man?”
Bilawal said that his grandfather Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was the first democratically elected prime minister of Pakistan and it was he who had introduced the concept of one man, one vote in Pakistan.
“Sindh and Pakistan are facing multiple challenges,” he said. “People in Sindh will now e able to get free and quality medical treatment.”