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‘Lost brother’ of Taliban Imran Khan an extension of Nawaz Sharif: Bilawal

‘Lost brother’ of Taliban Imran Khan an extension of Nawaz Sharif: Bilawal

GARHI KHUDA BAKHSH: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday stated that ‘lost brother’ of Taliban Imran Khan was an extension of Nawaz Sharif.

He was addressing a public gathering of party’s stalwart on occasion of 39th death anniversary on Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto here in Garhi Khuda Baskhsh today.

“Both Sharif and Khan share similar political and hypocritical ideologies. U-turn is written on the flag of captain (read Imran Khan)”, asserted Bilawal.

Keeping verbal onslaught up against political foes, Bilawal termed Nawaz Sharif as political heir of Ziaul Haq. Bilawal vowed to bar “B-team” of Taliban from forming government in the center.

“The ongoing Sharif-Khan tussle is for power. Had Sharif and Khan worked in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa [respectively], they would not have targeted us. Shehbaz Sharif did nothing apart from inauguration of incomplete hospital in the past five years”, Bilawal told attendants.

While apprising attendants about the achievements of incumbent PPP government in Sindh, Bilawal claimed that they [read PPP] pulled six lakhs people out of poverty and built international level cardiology hospitals in Larkana, Tando Adam Khan and Sukkur.

The junior Bhutto credited late Zulfiqar Ali for awarding nation right of vote and giving country a Constitution. He said, “It is Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s accomplishment that democracy is flourishing in Pakistan. Martyred Bhutto is name of an era”.

“Efforts have been initiated to promote extremism, intolerance and denigrate Pakistan”, revealed Bilawal Bhutto.

“General poll 2018 will be my first while their [read Nawaz and Khan] last election. Together, we will fight against extremism, terrorism and lost brother of Taliban”, vowed Taliban.

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