Reducing petrol price after hike of Rs12 an attempt to fool public: Bilawal


MORO : Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday reducing price of petrol by Rs10 after increasing it by Rs12 is an attempt to fool public. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, while addressing participants of the long march, he said that at present the price of everything including electricity, gas, petrol is sky high. This is not new Pakistan but an expensive Pakistan, he added. PPP Chairman said that as soon as Imran Khan came into power, they first robbed the farmers with unfair distribution of water. Reacting to Prime Minister’s address to nation, Bilawal Bhutto said that the head of the country came on TV and started crying over criticism of media. They do not have the courage to listen to criticism. Bilawal said he was leading the march to the capital with the aim of unleashing a democratic attack through the no-confidence vote against Imran’s government. Bilawal believed that the nation has expressed distrust on Imran’s government and asked parliamentarians to follow suit. “The time has come to table the no-confidence move.” The PPP’s chairman argued that the prime minister and his team were not genuine representatives of the people rather of some other powers. “When they are in trouble, they never look towards the people for support but to the powers who have installed them.”


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