Bilawal challenges PM for debate on national issues


By Shakeel Ahmed

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari addressing the National Assembly on Thursday challenged prime minister Imran Khan to have a debate on his policies either in the House or if he wants, then any of the television channels.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari speaking after prime minister Imran Khan in the National Assembly said that the prime minister’s speech was the speech of a puppet and selected, for the selectors. It was not a speech for the people of Pakistan. He said that prime minister Imran Khan had no plan to deal with Covid-19 and only opposed lockdown. He said that the lockdown was the time to increase the health capacity of the country, lockdown was the time to equip your hospitals, lockdown was the time to increase ICU beds in the hospitals, it was the time to plan to protect the lives and the health of the people.
He said that Sindh is still doing the most tests according to its population and the patients’ recovery rate is the highest in Sindh.
He warned that if the situation persists due to the failed policies of the prime minister. Bilawal said that if you want to return the amount to IMF then do not implement lockdown but it is your responsibility to save people from diseases and save their lives.