Shehbaz deserves one year to deliver: Bilawal

Shehbaz deserves one year to deliver: Bilawal

Imran Khan Government Had 4 Years To Manage The Action

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said on Tuesday at a gathering in Larkana’s Municipal Stadium to commemorate Benazir Bhutto’s 69th birthday that since the Imran Khan-led government had four years to manage the nation, Shehbaz Sharif should have at least one year to “service the nation.” 

“Give this administration some time to implement electoral and economic changes. Then, perhaps, we will escape the mess the chosen administration left behind, he continued. 

Head Of PPP Expressed Optimism

The head of the Peoples Party expressed optimism that Pakistan would be taken off the Financial Action Task Force’s (FATF) “grey list” by October. 

“We argued our case in opposition to two FIRs: money laundering and financing of terrorism.” 

Only The Beginning Of Our Jorney

Bilawal Bhutto stated it was “only the beginning of our journey,” adding that “we were able to persuade countries with which the former rulers [referring to the PTI-led administration] were at odds, that Pakistan has done all steps needed by FATF for removal off the grey list.” 

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He attributed the nation’s economic woes and isolation to former prime minister Imran Khan. Regarding the nation’s inclusion in GSP Plus, Bilawal Bhutto added that more “positive news is on the way.” 

Our Moto is Trade, Not Help

We are prepared for economic involvement with other nations, and our motto is “trade, not help,” he declared. 

The selected government had to leave because it was a threat to our economy and democracy, according to Bilawal Bhutto. He said that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and his team had prevented the nation from defaulting because “Imran Khan had signed a faulty deal with the IMF.” 

The PPP leader recalled Benazir Bhutto’s fight for democracy’s restoration and her rejection of Gen. Zia’s administration. She served as the nation’s voice. She fought for women and young people. Her legacy will live on forever, he said.

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