PTI will not resign from Punjab, KP assembly: Bilawal

Karachi (HRNW) Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday said that opposition leader Imran Khan will not follow through with his threat of resigning from the assemblies of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and Punjab.

He said this while addressing the 55th foundation day of his party at Nishtar Park in Karachi on Wednesday evening.

“Those who are threatening to resign, first you had come to demand our resignations but are now offering their,” he said.

Bilawal added that threatening to resign is nothing but another ruse.

“Imran will not resign from KP or Punjab,” Bilawal declared, adding that PTI had already resigned from the national assembly, but look what happened?

They started going to the court urging it to not accept them as it was just a political stunt, the PPP chief said.

“Imran retreated from Rawalpindi,” he said, adding that the PPP was not scared of a selected puppet.

Bilawal said that the ‘selected’ had started worrying about their future the moment the institutions said they will remain ‘neutral’.

Bilawal said that the day the institutions admitted their mistake and said that they will remain apolitical, the ‘selected’ puppets started fretting their future and hence started politics of hate and of conspiring to destroy Pakistan.

“If Imran stops his conspiracy against democracy and Pakistan then, just may be, the nation may forgive him,” he said.

Bilawal added that their party workers defeated Imran in Malir, Karachi and Multan.

Earlier, he said that his party will focus on resolving the issues of Karachi as he claimed that his party will be victorious in the upcoming local body elections and clinch the metropolis’ mayorship.

He said that they gave everyone their rights and that they too have a right to elect their mayor in the polls.

He added that they are a national party which has endeavored to unite the nation.

The PPP chairman said that they pursue politics of love that unites everyone rather than of hate and division.