Senior leaders of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) in Punjab on Tuesday prompted party chief Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari to reassess his decision of introducing a joint opposition motion versus the federal government in partnership with the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), stating the latter was playing the role of a friendly opposition, a private news channel reported.
According to the channel, the PPP Punjab management revealed its booking versus the PML-N throughout a conference chaired by Bilawal.
“How could a party support us in running an anti-government campaign when it is trying to delay a multi-party conference to devise a course of action?” the channel priced estimate the PPP leaders as stating throughout the conference.
The PPP leaders thought that the PML-N does not desire the opposition to progress on the recommendations of Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari. “They still consider Bilawal as a threat to their politics in Punjab,” the PPP leaders stated, according to the channel.
Nevertheless, the channel’s sources stated that the PPP chief informed his party leaders that they had to unify the opposition versus the incumbent federal government instead of attending to rumours versus each other.
“We will launch a movement alone against the government even if nobody supports us,” Bilawal stated throughout the conference while repeating that they would not endure any attack on the constitution and rights of the provinces.
On Monday, a PML-N delegation gotten in touch with the PPP chief to talk about preparations for the upcoming APC of opposition celebrations after Shehbaz Sharif declined to satisfy the latter.
A three-member PML-N delegation consisting of Ahsan Iqbal, Ayaz Sadiq and Khawaja Saad Rafique met Bilawal at Bilawal House where PPP’s Qamar Zaman Kaira, Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, Chaudhry Manzoor and Syed Hassan Murtaza were likewise present.
Leaders from both celebrations went over the APC program and the future political technique of the joint opposition.
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