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Violence likely if polarization continues: Bilawal

Pakistan peoples party’s (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Tuesday that Pakistan is at a fork in the road.

“We can either return to a democratic and less polarized environment or take the path where the next elections will also be disputed. If we do not rectify our mistakes, then I can see violence,” said Bilawal.

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Speaking after the meeting of PPP’s Central Executive Committee, Bilawal said that on every martyrdom anniversary of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto we hold our CEC meeting and today, I congratulated the members of the CEC on the demise of the ‘selected rule’ due to their struggle.

He said that the governments are not removed by long marches but we started our Awami march from Karachi and I kept challenging Imran Khan to resign or face the no-confidence motion at every station. Then, we democratically attacked the parliament and he ran away. This is the most cowardly defeat in the history of Pakistan.

“The CEC has decided to arrange Iftari in districts to celebrate the end of this regime,” he said.

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“Imran ran away from the federal government and now he is trying to run away from Punjab as well. We are striving for the restoration of democracy, supremacy of the constitution and the rule of law,” the PPP chief said , adding that Imran Khan abrogated the constitution and we do not pardon a person who has ever violated the constitution.

“We hope that the Supreme Court will support constitution and democracy. The democratic and constitutional way in our eyes is for the no-confidence to resume from where it was stopped. All institutions were made controversial due to a single man. Now is the chance for the judiciary and the establishment to rectify the mistakes of 2018. The judiciary should take advantage of this. Our judiciary was made disputed during the era of Justice Gulzar and Saqib Nisar,” he said.

The CEC decided to consult the joint opposition to bring a no-confidence motion in Azad Kashmir, Gilgit Baltistan and KP as well, Chairman Bilawal said.

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