Tag: Bilawal Bhutto

Bilawal’s slip of tongue lightens the mood amid the political turmoil

Amid political unrest in the country right now, Bilawal Bhutto’s slip of tongue has lightened the mood for the country. Bilawal was speaking at the rally in Islamabad on Tuesday night to mark the culmination of a 10-day Awami March. “Islamabad may kaampein taang rahi hai [Shivers are legging in Islamabad],” he said. 

Aamir Liaquat under fire for cracking sexual harassment joke on Bilawal Bhutto

Member of National Assembly (MNA) Aamir Liaquat’s recent joke has infuriated the Netizens due to its insensitivity towards sexual harassment victims. The joke slammed as sexist was directed towards PPP leader, Bilawal Bhutto. Here’s the ‘joke’ Aamir Liaquat shared on social media: The only way to topple the PTI government would be to falsely accuse a party leader of sexual harassment.

Bilawal calls for a lockdown all over Pakistan

Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari called for a countrywide lockdown, as the number of coronavirus cases in Pakistan exceeded 370. Bilawal said that this was not the time to criticise the Prime Minister and we all have to jointly fight the virus. The PPP chairman said that self-isolation was necessary to contain the spread of the virus.

NAB summons Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on February 13

NAB has summoned PPP head Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday (February 13) in the Joint Venture Opal 225 case. The bureau’s Rawalpindi branch has asked him to bring all Zardari Group records from 2008 to 2019. He has also been asked for a list of the company’s board of directors. NAB says an on-paper company was used to pull out Rs1.22 billion from fake accounts.

Bilawal offers MQM ministries in exchange for breaking alliance with PTI

Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari offered Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) ministries in Sindh in exchange for the party breaking off its alliance with Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI). Bilawal said if MQM breaks off its alliance with PTI and manages to get Sindh its share in resources, the provincial government will “stand by [MQM] for the sake of Karachi’s people.