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Bilawal gung-ho about sending PM Imran packing as protest reaches Ghotki

Says he will fulfil promises made by his late mother Benazir Bhutto
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Pakistan People's Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday said that Pakistan could not progress until the PTI-led government was sent packing.

Bilawal was addressing participants in Ghotki on the fourth day of PPP's long march towards Islamabad when he said that the 'selected' was forced to reduce the prices of petrol.

He was making a dig at Prime Minister Imran Khan for saying inflation was an international phenomenon and that he could not give relief to the people of Pakistan.

Recalling PPP's win in by-election in Ghotki, Bilawal thanked his supporters and said that PTI faced defeat because the people of the city stood against him.

"Instead of bringing change, PM Imran Khan has brought destruction and economic crisis," he said, adding that PPP would fulfil promises made by his late mother Benazir Bhutto.

He said that there was a lack of jobs in the country and people are suffering due to the economic crisis.

The PPP chairman said that the incumbent government has robbed the people of their basic, economic, and political rights.

Bilawal reiterated that the Opposition will send the incumbent government packing and that it was the time to bring no-trust motion against PM Imran Khan.

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