Against the backdrop of political turmoil in Pakistan, Bilawal Bhutto has once again demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Imran Khan. Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) president Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, who is part of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), has once again demanded Imran Khan’s resignation.
Earlier, the Pakistan Democratic Movement, a coalition of opposition parties, had asked to resign by 31 December 2020. But Imran has not resigned so far. Bilawal said on Sunday that the option of dialogue at the national level would be possible only after Imran Khan stepped down as Prime Minister. Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari was on a visit to Thatta to express his condolences to the family of late Ejaz Ali Shah Sheeraji, a former advisor to the Chief Minister of Sindh.
According to the Dawn newspaper, Bilawal said in a press conference that when anti-incumbency and puppet Prime Minister Imran Khan resigns from his post, some kind of dialogue (negotiation) will pave the way. Currently, PDM is preparing to take out a long march in Islamabad, Pakistan, which will involve millions.
Muslim League-Nawaz vice-president and Nawaz Sharif’s daughter, Maryam Nawaz, says Imran Khan’s government will fall on the day when PDM MPs, a coalition of opposition parties, resign. While addressing a big rally of PDM in Bahawalpur, Maryam made many allegations against the Imran Khan government. He said, Bahawalpur has pronounced its verdict. Now only a few days are left for this government.