Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Friday that protests against the government will continue until Prime Minister Imran Khan offers his resignation.
“You [Imran Khan] want to remain in power at any cost, you have a lust for power but the people will no longer tolerate you…you have become a liability and shall meet the same fate as dictators,” Bilawal said during his address to party workers in Muzaffarabad.
The PPP chairman who is leading anti-government protests across the country, called on the prime minister to resign, saying that his government had made the lives of the people miserable by imposing heavy taxes and raising the price of essential commodities.
He termed the 2018 election as rigged and demanded that free and fair elections be held to rid the country of its current crisis.
Bilawal said that the prime minister was following “dictatorial and fascist” policies which were undermining democracy and leading the country towards political instability.
He said he was holding rallies across Pakistan to expose the “selected and incompetent” government. “We will hold PPP’s foundation day rally in Azad Jammu and Kashmir on November 30,” he announced.