Though Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan faces pressure from India and the global community to act against his country-backed terrorist organisations, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari launched a scathing attack accused Imran Khan of shielding leaders of banned organisations.
Imran Khan government is sluggish in its approach to tackle terror and he protected their terrorists from Indian jets by sending them into jail, claims Bhutto.
“We have heard again and again that action has been taken against banned organisations. I don’t think so,” said the Bhutto, the chairperson of Pakistan’s Peoples Party. “You (Imran Khan) say that you have arrested them (leaders of the banned organisation. I say that no, you have taken them into protective custody so that India’s fighter jets can’t target them. You say that you have frozen their bank accounts but how do we know? Why should we believe this?”
Bilawal who is the Opposition leader in Pakistan further spoke about Imran ought stating that: “You have to engage with the Opposition and win our confidence. This has been my stance throughout. You have taken a U-turn for having taken the support of banned elections to win the election and helping them enter the mainstream and then claiming you have taken action against them.”
Main nahi manta: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari questions Pakistan government's action against terrorist organizations, says militants haven't been arrested, rather they've been taken into protective custody so that Indian jets don't bomb them. pic.twitter.com/lOekK0JWvj
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“You (Imran Khan) say that you have arrested them (leaders of banned organizations). I say that no, you have taken them into protective custody so that India’s fighter jets can’t target them. You say that you have frozen their bank accounts but how do we know? Why should we believe this?”, Bilawal said.
Pakistan and it’s Prime Minister Imran Khan might have come under some serious international pressure after the Pulwama terror attack but with China backing them, they are on the safer side and in fact, they are getting only stronger.