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PM Imran won’t complete his five-year term, Said Zardari

BADIN: Former president and Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan won’t complete his five year constitutional term at any cost.


Addressing a public gathering in Badin on Thursday, he said that masses of all provinces including Punjab do not accept the election results.


The former president said that every poor man is cursing the government, adding that they have been waging a battle against him over 18th amendment.


Zardari went on to say that the government don’t even know the depreciation in rupee, adding that his government kept an eye on the price of dollar.


“Don’t push us against the wall to an extent that it things spiral out of control,” Zardari warned.


Zardari said: “Conspiracies are not against them but the masses. They donot want to give what is the right of the peoples.”


Earlier, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari while addressing the National Assembly session said that his party will not compromise on the rights of provinces.


Bilawal said that we want to resolve the issues of Pakistani people. Don’t care about placing name on Exit Control List (ECL) but Prime Minister (PM) should face the House, he added.


PPP leader said that he wanted to respond to Imran Khan’s tweet regarding ECL in front of him but he doesn’t attend sessions.


Previously, while responding to PM Imran on Twitter, Bilawal called him ‘selected’ prime minister who was not aware of freedom of movement and human rights.


“Funny it’s only the opposition members on ECL, government members are busy travelling. Including PM who despite promising not to travel for 1st 6 months has made more than 7 trips so far!,” he further added.


He said that the PM and several other federal ministers were themselves on foreign trips.

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