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‘Who did PM Imran Khan call an animal, people want to know,’ says Bilawal



  • PPP’s Bilawal lashes out at PM Imran Khan during jalsa address.
  • “Imran Khan is an animal and wants the law of the jungle in Pakistan.”
  • Bilawal assures nation that Opposition will rid Pakistan of “curse”.

DARGAI: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said Wednesday the people of Pakistan wanted to know who did Prime Minister Imran Khan call an animal in his recent speech. 

The prime minister, in his address to a rally earlier this month, had said only “animals are neutral” because they do not distinguish between good and evil.

“For the last three years, he has wanted to convert every institution into his Tiger Force. We do not want to make our institutions controversial just because of one person,” the PPP chairman said while addressing a public rally in Dargai, Malakand in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

Bilawal said the no-confidence motion against PM Imran Khan was a test for the country’s democracy as the incumbent premier was “well-aware” that he cannot win if transparent elections are held.

“Imran Khan is an animal and wants the law of the jungle in Pakistan. Imran Khan was imposed on Pakistan to destroy its economy, politics and foreign policy. Imran Khan will be booted out through democratic means,” the PPP chairman vowed.

PM part of ‘scheme’

Bilawal said the prime minister was brought into power to “destroy Pakistan”. 

“It was a scheme to send this man to ruin the economic and foreign policies.”

Referring to the premier’s comments about India’s foreign policy, he said that if New Delhi’s policy is to “ruin the CPEC (China-Pakistan Economic Corridor), then this man successfully did so”.

“If this is India’s policy, it is his policy too,” he said.

The PPP chairman said that the prime minister talks about a transparent system in the country, but he has not responded to the foreign-funding case — ongoing in the Election Commission of Pakistan.

“It has been proven that he obtained funds from Israel and India,” he said.

Bilawal said that the government’s plan to “bow” down before the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was part of the “conspiracy” to weaken Pakistan.

“What greater foreign conspiracy is there than Imran campaigning for Modi in the Indian elections while being a prime minister? He used to say that Modi winning would benefit the Kashmir cause,” he said.

The PPP chairman reassured the nation the Opposition would soon rid them of the “curse” of the prime minister.

PM Imran Khan on ‘neutral’ statement

Hours before Bilawal’s hard-hitting rally address, the prime minister, while conversing with journalists, said his statement on neutrality was taken in the “wrong context”.

“I said that in the context of preventing evil and asking people to do good.”

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Parliament’s joint session has been rescheduled for April 18.




Following the general elections on February 8, the legislative year will begin on Thursday with President Asif Ali Zardari addressing the first session of both houses of parliament.

Articles 54 (1) and 56 (3) of the Constitution were invoked by President Zardari to call the meeting. According to Article 56(3), he will speak to the combined session, which starts at 4 p.m.

The combined session, which was originally set for April 16, has been moved to April 18. For this reason, the April 16 joint parliamentary session notification is revoked.

Note that both the upper and lower houses have had their members elected in accordance with the constitution, and that this will be the nation’s first joint session after the new legislative year has begun.

Former President Arif Alvi was still in office after the elections that took place on February 8, but he was unable to call a joint session because the Senate elections had not yet taken place.

The combined session was summoned by President Zardari a few weeks after he took the oath of office and after the Senate elections went well.

Some months after Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s coalition government had taken power in the center, Alvi had already called a joint session of parliament on October 6, 2022.

On the other hand, the session was called by the then-president to commemorate the start of the 2022 National Assembly’s final full year.

Amidst the nation’s increasing political instability, the former president emphasized the need for dialogue and urged to end polarization in his speech to the parliament, which was marred by an unexpected boycott by the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N), Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), and Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F).

“Stubbornness doesn’t mean that a person is a Polarized person.”

In the end, the number of parliamentarians in attendance during the former president’s speech dropped down to 12 from the initial 15 people.

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In instances from May 9, the ATC prevented police from detaining Fawad Chaudhry.




The ATC judge issued the directives after allowing Fawad Chaudhry temporary release until April 20 in four cases involving the violence on May 9.

Additionally, the police were instructed by the court to bring the case file against Chaudhry at the following hearing.

Speaking to reporters outside the court, Fawad Chaudhry expressed his optimism for a bright future after spending four stints behind bars.

Among the numerous issues Chaudhry is dealing with are allegations of corruption.

The former PTI leader was released from Rawalpindi’s Adiala Jail on April 6.

On April 1, Fawad Chaudhry was granted bail by a division bench of the Islamabad High Court, which was composed of Chief Justice Aamer Farooq and Justice Tariq Mehmood Jahangiri. The case included land in Jhelum and was brought before the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

Qasir Imam, Fawad’s attorney, had previously told the court that his client was accused of accepting a Rs. 5 million bribe from a civilian.

He added that he had never seen the complainant whose complaint led to the filing of a first information report (FIR) against his client. The accusation is that the complainant bribed Fawad and his client offered him a job.

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The SHC is contesting Aseefa Bhutto’s election to the Nawabshah NA seat.




Mustafa Rind of the PTI asserted in a high court suit that his nomination papers were turned down following his kidnapping.

He begged that the announcement of Aseefa Bhutto’s uncontested election be deemed invalid, and he added that a by-election to fill the National Assembly’s open seats will take place on April 21.

On March 29, the Pakistani Election Commission announced that Aseefa Bhutto had emerged victorious as the MNA from NA-207, following the withdrawal of nomination papers from the remaining three candidates.

Shaheed Benazirabad (Nawabshah), which became vacant after her father Asif Ali Zardari was elected as Pakistan’s 14th President, was held by Aseefa Bhutto in the National Assembly.

In the initial round of nomination papers for the by-election, 11 candidates were confirmed by the Returning Officer. Only four nominees’ papers, including Aseefa Zardari, were accepted after careful examination, nevertheless.

In an effort to garner support for her brother Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, Aseefa led a number of rallies during the PPP’s strong involvement in the election campaign leading up to the general elections on February 8. At a PPP gathering in Multan on November 30, 2020, she made her political debut.

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