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‘Bilawal portraying Pakistan negatively’: PTI leaders hit again at allegations | Pakistan

Senator Faisal Javed, Finance Minister Asad Umar responded to Bilawal’s allegations of ministers linked to banned outfits

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leaders hit again at Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday after the Pakistan Peoples Social gathering chairman demanded sacking of ministers within the authorities’s cupboard who he claimed had been related to banned outfits.

PTI Senator Faisal Javed, reacting to the allegations, mentioned Bilawal was “busy in portraying Pakistan in a detrimental gentle”.

“Bilawal must be ashamed of attempting to please anti-Pakistan components. He ought to inform the nation whose language he has been talking,” the PTI chief lashed out. “He shouldn’t overlook that PPP is a factor of the previous. [The party’s] whole focus is on saving looted wealth and overseas properties.”

“Pakistan has emerged as a logo of peace for the world,” Javed added.

Finance Minister Asad Umar, when requested by a reporter what he considered the allegations, mentioned that the events that supported him throughout election campaigns “have themselves been victims of terrorism as nicely.”

“There was a coverage of constructing excuses for a very long time now… If he [Bilawal] doesn’t consider on this coverage then he ought to change it,” the minister responded.

Bilawal had earlier alleged that as many as three federal ministers had been in shut contact with members of proscribed organizations, and demanded that Prime Minister Imran Khan take strict motion towards the cupboard members in query.

“So long as compromised people stay within the cupboard nobody will take GOP claims significantly. Those that have supported such teams and their coaching camps should be faraway from the federal cupboard,” the PPP chief had tweeted.

Earlier on Tuesday, Bilawal mentioned he had been declared anti-state over his demand to sack ministers related to banned outfits.

“The federal government has responded to my demand to sack ministers related to banned outfits by declaring me anti-state, issuing dying threats & NAB notices. None of this deters us from our precept stand; type joint NSC parliamentary committee & act towards banned outfits,” he tweeted. 


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