Bilawal, Maryam develop consensus to launch movement against PTI led federal govt


LAHORE/ ISLAMABAD (ENN) Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif have agreed on a decisive campaign against the incumbent Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government in a meeting held on Sunday Raiwind.

BBZ travelled to Lahore on the invitation of Maryam to meet her and discuss, as per sources, the contemporary political situation following the announcement of Federal Budget 2019-20.

In the meeting attended by the close aides of both political parties’ leaders, the two young leaders agreed not to let the Federal Budget 2019-20 be passed and decided to develop a plan of action accordingly.

The PPP and PML-N leaders concurred that only upholding the Constitution of Pakistan and sticking true to democracy can take the country forward.

A joint notification issued shortly after the Maryam-Bilawal meeting read: “Lengthy consultations took place between the two leaders.

“Leaders from both the parties were part of the consultations [wherein]the current situation of the country was analysed in detail,” it added.

“Both [Maryam and Bilawal] agreed that all aspects of life in the country are on a downtrend.

“Country is being pushed into deep quicksand of economic deterioration [and all economic indicators pointing to an extreme crisis,” the notification added.

Earlier, the PML-N VP had extended an invitation to the PPP chief during a telephonic conversation, which the latter had confirmed during a news conference.

“Solving the problems of the country is not in the hands of just one party,” Bilawal had said, adding: “So what if you put one family in jail? In fact, put the entire party in jail.

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