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Funding to terrorists being made from KPK govt’s budget, claims Bilawal

The PPP chairman says the wrong decisions are fanning terrorism once again in the country



Funding to terrorists being made from KPK govt’s budget, claims Bilawal
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Islamabad:  Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari claimed that the funding to the terrorists was being made from the budget of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government.

Bilawal Bhutto said that the terrorism was rising again due to the wrong decisions.

“We have to fight against terrorism with unity,” said the PPP chairman while addressing the press conference in Islamabad on Monday.

Bilawal Bhutto said that they would present their reservations and concerns before the All Parties Conference (APC).  He said they just wanted that the past mistakes should not be repeated. He said that unanimous decisions would be made in fight against terrorism.

The PPP chairman also regretted over declining economy in the country as the poor were going down and down by every passing day.

“The KPK government has been facilitators of the terrorists for last 15 years,” said Bilawal Bhutto, appreciating the prime minister for calling APC.

He stated that economic problems would be sorted out if Pakistan resolved Afghanistan.

Whereas the budget is concerned, Bilawal said that Sindh’s issues before budget negotiations were addressed. The problems of the other provinces were left unresolved, he added.

He said that they wanted post-facto agreement after passing the budget.

“We have just an objection that on the points they [government led by PML-N] have reached agreement should be implemented,” said the PPP chairman.

Talking about relief on the electricity cost, he said that he announced relief on 300 units only against his election as the prime minister.

He said they had 10-point agenda for implementation.

“In the provincial budget of Sindh, we have announced free solars for the poor. We have also subsidized solar panels for those who could afford,” he added.