Bilawal Bhutto demands resignation of Asad Umar

Bilawal Bhutto demands resignation of Asad Umar
Karachi: Pakistan People Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday asked Finance Minister Asad Umar to tender resignation.

He was talking to media personnel in Karachi.

Expressing indignation, Bilawal termed Umar’s remarks pertaining to new wave of inflation in the upcoming weeks deplorable and regrettable.

Bilawal once again alleged that as many as three ministers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) were in contact with proscribed organizations. He said, “Such people [those having links with banned outfits] should not be included in the federal cabinet in Naya [new] Pakistan”.

Bilawal urged Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan to remove the ministers having links with banned organizations.

Replying to question on fake accounts case, Bilawal said that PPP does not accept ‘fake’ report of joint investigation team (JIT). Bilawal also apprised attendants that there was no example of shifting Sindh’s cases in Rawalpindi in country’s recorded history.