Bilawal Bhutto Zardari expressed that he will struggle to safeguard the 18th Amendment, Constitutional part that deprives the president of the power to dissolve the Parliament.
The alteration became the part of Constitution after former president Asif Ali Zardari signed the amendment on April 19, 2010.
The PPP co-chairperson was talking to the media in Gambat after inaugurating a government hospital on Tuesday. He inspected different departments of the hospital and talked to the patients.
“Prime Minister Imran Khan’s father was a corrupt government officer, who was sacked by Zulfikar Ali Bhutto,” said Bilawal.
“Imran Khan should take Parliament and Manzoor Wassan’s dreams seriously.”
Bilawal lashed PTI government for presenting multiple budgets in a single year, He said that no country exists where the budget is presented twice or thrice a year.
“Some people think they have installed a puppet government and now it will be easy for them to introduce the presidential system in the country and the 18th Amendment will be abolished,” said the PPP leader.
While referring to Gumbat hospital, he mentioned that it was a challenge for the Naya Pakistan to build a similar hospital in Sindh government.