PPP not head­ing to­wards grand al­liance: Bi­lawal

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LA­HORE: Chair­per­son of the We are not afraid of threats. I Pak­istan Peo­ple's Party (PPP) have been fac­ing jails since the Bi­lawal Bhutto-Zar­dari on age of one," said Bi­lawal. Sun­day while terming the The PPP chair­man crit­i­cized the re­port of Joint In­ves­ti­ga­tion gov­ern­ment say­ing that he has Team (JIT) 'po­lit­i­cal' re­fused to never seen such in­com­pe­tent rulers ac­cept it. be­fore. "Worst load-shed­ding is

"NAB is work­ing on the pres­be­ing done in win­ters. The gov­ern­sure of gov­ern­ment and PPP do ment has zero per­for­mance. The not ac­knowl­edge the JIT econ­omy is go­ing to­wards de­stru­c­re­port," he de­clared while talk­tion," he main­tained. ing to me­dia in La­hore. Bi­lawal stressed that all the

"The gov­ern­ment is tar­get­ing cases against them are false and the po­lit­i­cal op­po­nents while fake as spe­cific pow­ers want to pres­sur­iz­ing the in­sti­tu­tions. ma­lign the party.

"All this was also hap­pen­ing in the life of Zul­fikar Ali Bhutto and Be­nazir Bhutto. Asif Ali Zar­dari was jailed for 11 years with­out any crime. We will never com­pro­mise over the rules of Bhutto," he af­firmed.

He blamed that JIT has been formed on po­lit­i­cal ba­sis. "We are re­spond­ing to po­lit­i­cal at­tacks in a po­lit­i­cal way. Le­gal is­sues are be­ing coun­tered in court. They want to use court for po­lit­i­cal en­gi­neer­ing.

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