Bilawal to launch protest movement


Bilawal Bhutto to launch countrywide movement from March

 
 

 Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has warned the government of a countrywide protest campaign if it does not renegotiate its deal with the International Monetary Fund from March 2020.
“We will start a countrywide campaign against this anti-people and PTIMF budget if the federal government does not renegotiate its deal with the IMF. The Centre should introduce a package for Pakistan's benefit,” he said while speaking at the inauguration ceremony of the People’s Urban Forest.
“Their  economic policy is anti-people and their budget is not theirs, rather it is the PTIMF budget. The people of the country do not accept it and neither does the PPP,” he lamented.
“You have seen it for yourself, how people have been deprived of their jobs. They haven’t negotiated with the IMF in the right manner. Poor have to bear the burden of their imposed polices,” he said.
"Imran Khan had promised to give the youth of this country 10 billion jobs, and had promised to construct five million houses. But in the duration this government has been in power, they have only taken from the people," he said.
Bilawal added that the PPP had warned against the government’s economic policies as early as when they had introduced the budget. “This was not Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) budget, it was the budget of the (PT)IMF [International Monetary Fund],” he said.
                                                    Political correspondent

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