PM can be sent home if working relations with PTI develop: Bilawal Zardari



Chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that they can send Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif home only if working relations with Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf develop.

Talking to media representatives in Ghottki, PPP Chairman said that it is not an easy task to fight with Nawaz Sharif in an account of his corruption. PM Nawaz Sharif cannot be sent home without having strong working relations with Uncle Imran Khan, but working relations with Chairman PTI have not developed yet, Bilawal added. He also said that if Imran Khan has clear and honest intentions, then they can work with him.

While talking to media, Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also said that he has a lot of marriage proposals, but his sisters will decide and finalize his bride. A woman, who wants to marry him, has to convince both of his sisters Bakhtawar Bhutto and Asifa Bhutto first, Bilawal quoted. He also said on a lighter note that it would be pretty much difficult task for that woman to convince his sisters.

Bilawal said that his sisters are smart and intelligent and if a woman willing to marry him gets successful in convincing his sisters, then it would be all on their fate and destiny if they marry each other. The PPP Chairman also told the journalists that he has learned Urdu language and apart from Urdu, he will also learn Sindhi, Siraiki and other regional languages as well.

Bilawal further talked about law and order situation and termed it’s improvisation as the joint responsibility of provisional and federal governments. He said that unlike Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)’ Chairman Imran Khan’s way, his protests for the sake of democracy and the system would be similar to that of his mother Benazir Bhutto and grandfather Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

State Minister for Water and Power, Abid Sher Ali welcomed Bilawal Zardari’s consideration of tying a knot and said that behind every successful man, there is always a woman. Bilawal himself should convince his sisters if he likes someone, Abid Sher Ali added.

State Minister wished Bilawal all the best and suggested him that he should also marry before entering into politics. He also advised Bilawal not to follow his unsuccessful uncle as Imran Khan has divorced twice and looking for the third wife now.

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