LAHORE: Pakistan Peoples Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari instructed PPP representatives during a meeting to not allow the government to flee this time.
According to details, the PPP chairman held a meeting with his party representatives and spoke to them about the issue of Panama leaks. Bilawal issued directions to his party members by making it clear that no relaxation would be provided to PM Nawaz and neither will an agreement be reached with him.
During his talk with his party representatives, Bilawal Bhutto also said that PPP would reconcile with the opposition and not the government. He also said that the party would cooperate with the opposition wherever it has to.
“Will not let the government flee this time,” he said. “The government must not be provided with an alternative option,” he added.
Bilawal also advised his party members to stand firm if the government did not accept the terms of reference proposed by the opposition.
He also stated that if things did not work out at the parliamentary forum, then the party would go to the masses.
Bilawal said that by rejecting the terms of reference of the opposition, the government itself was paving the way for the opposition to take to the streets.