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Imran’s dismissal was inevitable for progress of parliamentdemocracy: Bilaval

  • Claims that the PDM saved the country in cost of its political credibility
  • Says alliance will fight political and religious extremism together

LAHORE: This was stated by Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. on The Sunday the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) saved the country in cost of their political credibility.

Appeal to close session of Asma Jahangir’s two-day conference at a local hotel here, as the main guest, he hoped that the constitutional and democratic journey of PDM will continue for improvement of country.

“We will fight political and religious extremism together,” he said. added.

Bilawal said that India, Europe and the United States also struggling against political extremism and expressed hope for new generation would welcome democracy and reject all nature of extremism.

He urged the youth to look into the problems of country and protect yourself from propaganda of arrogant and selfish person who wanted to destroy country for his politics.

“If Asma Jahangir was alive and asked if you were minister in result of deal, then I answered her categorically no, ”said Bilawal. He added that everything was not so good, but one should admit, that parliament and institutions developed in several aspects. “There are always opportunities for improvement,” he said. “It is important to keep for in progress of parliament and democracy sent by Imran Khan home through constitutional way of no-confidence” Bilawal said.

“Do you like it or not, that there is only one removal method prime minister in constitution, and this is a motion of no confidence,” he said. added. He said he thought Imran Khan was the chosen one prime minister. He said in in past prime ministers were either hanged or forced to leave the country. He said that the political parties never thought that Imran attack on in economy of country for his political survival.

Bilawal said how soon how did the DPM succeed in salvation of the country from economic crises, unfortunately, historical flood created another problem for countries, adding that from Gilgit-Baltistan to the CCP, South Punjab, Balochistan and Sindh, provinces have been hit hard by flood and so far these areas have been in great trouble. “About 33 million people suffer because of flood,”he added. flood According to him, it was a historical catastrophe.

He said that world should also save us to face in challenges after flood like the rest of in world was responsible for in global warming, not Pakistan, adding that today Pakistan in trouble and tomorrow any other country can face the same situation.

“Our core issue should be a recovery of flood affected peoplelife instead of politics now,” Bilawal said.

He said political clashes would continue, but need of time was help flood victims joining Arms.

He said that people themselves were struggling against burden of weather a change that was unfair because the political parties should jointly support them in this is hard times. He said the solution of influence of global warming in Pakistan was in work together. He said that government would do it challenge how test case and it would be a pilot project for The globe.

minister said that coalition government would work improve agricultural and irrigation system for the best future.

He said that his coalition government in The center saved Pakistan from bankruptcy, adding that the political history experienced many ups and downs.

Bilawal announces Asma Jahangir role model for human rights activists and lawyers. He stressed that the situation of flood sacrifice for the nation.

PPP Senator Raza Rabbani, PTI Senator Syed Ali Zafar, Dr. Nafisa Shah of the PPP, PML-N leader and former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and other prominent figures of country also spoke at the conference.

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