Bilawal demands impartial probe into Gulalai's 'serious' issue

PPP chairman also slammed Imran Khan saying educated women are leaving PTI

PPP chairman also slammed Imran Khan saying educated women are leaving PTI

Chitral: Terming Ayesha Gulalai's allegations against Imran Khan and top party leaders a "serious issue", Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto has demanded impartial investigation into the matter. "Nawaz Sharif promoted corruption and carried out rigging in the elections", he said. Bilawal criticised Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan saying he points fingers on everyone and abuses them. He said PPP will compete against both PML-N and PTI, adding that it will be his first election and their last.

I believe in accountability, but it should be across the board, he said while assuring that PPP respects the freedom of judiciary and expects justice from them. PPP leadership has not yet chose to pitch a candidate from the party's platform, he added. Bilawal said his party would bring back prosperity to Pakistan.

The son of ex-President Asif Zardari promised to upgrade Benazir Income Support Programme and launch ambulance service in the smaller cities of Sindh.

He stated this while addressing a public gathering in Chitral, adding while referring to Article 62 and 63 of the Constitution, "We repeatedly highlighted that these laws have been added by a dictator unconstitutionally". Nawaz Sharif was an opportunist who wanted to keep these articles of the constitutions intact, he said.

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