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Saturday Jan 05 2019

Money laundering case: Bilawal calls JIT report leak ‘planned conspiracy’


LAHORE: Pakistan Peoples' Party Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Saturday that the Joint Investigation Team report on the money laundering case was leaked out due to a planned conspiracy.

Speaking through a video link on the birthdate of party founder Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, he said that the incumbent government lacks the capability to run the government.

"The government failed to fulfil the masses' expectations. They are running the government only be levelling allegations against the opposition leaders."

Bilawal said that political victimisation is being pursued in the name of accountability, but it can't stop the democratic struggle of the country.

“Opposition is being targeted in the name of accountability. PPP will continue its struggle for supremacy of law,” he said. “The JIT report is being considered verdict.”

Bilawal said that the JIT report without taking the responses named Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and Qaim Ali Shah.

The PPP leader questioned when will there be accountability against those who stole the votes of millions of people.

He said that the country will run only according to the constitution given by PPP founder Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

Bilawal said that the 18th amendment is being targeted, and the country’s federation is under threat due to the negligence being shown against the smaller provinces.