Pointing out that Nawaz Sharif is pro-dictatorship, he also advised PM Sharif to shun Zia-ism and embrace Bhuttoism.
PPP responsible for Dhaka fall: Saad Rafique
ISLAMABAD: Reacting to the volley of carping criticism from PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Federal Railway Minister Khwaja Saad Rafique called PPP responsible for the fall of Dhaka.
Having expressed joy over Karachi rally by the PPP, the federal minister censured Bhutto’s party, saying the PPP ate up everything in its era.
The PPP’s old habit to malign Punjabis recurred after it was denied the vote in Punjab, he retorted adding Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) sheared off the vote of PPP, not Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N).
Ripping apart the performance of the PPP-led Sindh government, the PML-N leader asserted that his party changed the shape of Punjab cities; but in comparison, the dust-caked Sindh cities are still in tatters.
Saad Rafique counseled the PPP leadership to abandon its habit of traducing the Punjabis, for not getting votes from Punjab.
It should be mentioned here that Bilawal addressed a large public gathering at Bagh-e-Jinnah adjacent to the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam. He was of the view that Nawaz Sharif holds a ‘fake’ two-third mandate of people.
Embarking on the active political career, Bilwala talked down the PML-N and its leadership. He called upon the PM to give South Punjab its rights, or he will snatch them from him.
The young PPP chairman also asserted that Chief Minister Punjab has a two-thirds majority in Punjab; but, he is unable to deliver, adding Punjab CM Sharif is unable to manage Lahore, how he can manage the entire Punjab.