Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the son of former Pakistan Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto has questioned Pakistan’s negligence against terror-groups that keep on attacking other countries, blasting his country’s government while speaking to reporters at the Sindh Assembly on Wednesday.
Bilawal is a top opposition leader and the chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party, or PPP. He publicly criticized the difference between the punishment given to his mother and his father (former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari) and inaction against terror groups that killed children in Pakistan and conducted dastardly attacks on foreign soil.
— Taha Siddiqui (@TahaSSiddiqui) March 13, 2019
Pakistan PM Imran Khan recently in a press conference said that “no militant group would be allowed to operate from Pakistani soil” to execute attacks abroad, days after his government announced an eradication against Islamist militant organisations.
Bilawal Bhutto also made a shocking claim that there are at least 3 ministers from Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party who have close contacts with banned terror groups.
.@BBhuttoZardari puts forth 3 conditions for govt to fulfill to prove seriousness in implementing NAP:
1. Form Parliament's Nat'l Security Committee
2. Distance from past actions/statements in support of banned orgs
3. Remove 3 ministers who've had association w/ the said orgs pic.twitter.com/n7FsE3luyz
— Maleeha Manzoor (@MaleehaManzoor) March 13, 2019
The ties between India and Pakistan got worse ever since a Jaish-e-Mohammed suicide bomber killed as many as 44 Indian paramilitary soldiers in Pulwama district in Kashmir on February 14.
In a bid to take revenge, India conducted airstrikes on the terrorist group in Pakistan’s Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province on February 26.