Govt not serious to eliminate corruption: Bilawal Bhutto

Larkana: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Saturday accused National Accountability Bureau (NAB) of biasness and the government of non-seriousness towards elimination of corruption.

Bilawal Bhutto denigrated the government and blamed NAB, being used for political engineering.

‘PPP will not be pressurized by the current government which cannot take criticism. Prime Minister Imran Khan is making false cases against the opponents,’ he added.

National action plan should be implemented and action should be taken against the banned outfits, he said.

‘How can my statement be against the country, when three of the govt’s ministers have links with the banned organizations?’

He said there was evidence against one federal minister and his brother but he is still not apprehended by the authorities.

About Afghanistan Bilawal Bhutto stressed that no one should give statements against Afghanistan’s elected members.

‘The people of Afghanistan will decide what sort of government they want. Decision regarding Afghanistan’s future rests in the hands of their elected members.’

Earlier, PM Imran Khan while addressing a public rally in Ghotki vowed not to spare those who misused the national exchequer and firmly restated to get the looted money back.

He stressed that Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) and PPP leadership will not be exonerated unless they give back the public money.