PM challenges Zardari, Bilawal to topple govt with march

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JAMRUD: Prime Minister Imran Khan challenged the father-son duo of Asif Ali Zardari and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to march and topple his government.

Former president Asif Ali Zardari had said during a PPP rally that the time had come to march to Islamabad and topple the PTI’s government.

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Addressing a rally in Jamrud, Imran Khan said that he would welcome Zardari and Bilawal if they would march against the government.

“Zardari and Bilawal, I want you to march to Islamabad and try to topple my government,” he said. “I will bring you food even if you decide to march. But I challenge you to spend one week in a container,” he added.

The prime minister taunted the PPP leadership by saying that he had given orders to have the container for Zardari and Bilawal cleaned so that they can use it for their protest. He warned Bilawal and Zardari that their protest would yield no result.

“When you give dharna for the people of Pakistan and for their welfare, that is when a sit-in movement succeeds,” he said. “However, when you protest to protect your looted wealth, the masses will never side with you,” he added.