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Bilawal hints at starting long march against govt’s policies

HYDERABAD -UNS: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday hinted at starting long march against the federal government’s policies.
Addressing party workers from the compartment of his train during Karawane Bhutto at different railway stations on his way from Karachi to Larkana, the PPP chairman said that late former premier and party founder Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto sacrificed his life, but did not take a U-turn.
He said that the PPP would not compromise on the human rights and economic rights of the people. Terming fake accounts case as political engineering, he said that political victimization could not stop him from raising voice for the rights of the people. He said that the federal government has stopped payment of Rs129 billion to Sindh.
The PPP chairman said that he would not allowed the federal government to usurp the rights of the provinces. He said that the people of Sindh have right on their resources. He said that Sindh was producing over 50 per cent gas, but the people of the province were deprived of gas.
He said that he would continue struggle for protection of democracy, adding that he and party workers were ready for any sacrifice for democracy. He also criticized the government for not taking action against banned groups. He said that if suo muto notice could be taken over fake accounts case, then suo muto should also be taken over missing persons issue, media censership and other human rights issues. He said that if JIT could be formed on fake accounts case, then why not on banned groups.

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