Bilawal vows to reinstate officials sacked by PTI


KARACHI, Aug 29 (DNA): Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has vowed to reinstate the employees sacked by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

The PPP will approach the court against the federal government for getting the sacked staff reinstated, Bilawal said while addressing a public gathering in the Khairpur district of Sindh.

He said the incompetent and illegal government of Imran Khan had been imposed on the country and it robbed the people of their just rights. But, he said the PPP stands by the people and it will continue its campaign to protect public rights.

Bilawal said Imran Khan’s government has ruined the national economy.  He said, Imran Khan initially vowed to give 10 million jobs to the people but after coming in power, he just made 16,000 people jobless. He announced the PPP after coming to power undo the PTI act of making the people jobless.

The PPP chairman said Imran Khan promised to build five million houses for the poor and the homeless but he (the PM) did not keep his word. He said his party would not allow anyone to snatch people’s rights. Bilawal said the federal government has been adding to Sindh’s water woes and blamed the mess on Irsa.

He renewed his resolve to continue the campaign for due water share. Bilawal urged the PPP workers to come out of their houses for struggling against the federal government.

A large number of people participated in the public meeting and workers chanted slogans in favour of their leadership and the party.