Bilawal, Murad to leave for US amid controversies

Bilal, Murad to leave for US amid controversies
Bilal, Murad to leave for US amid controversies

KARACHI – Syed Murad Ali Shah, the Chief Minister of Sindh, and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, the Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP), are ready to leave for the United States, whether on the political cause or on vacation.

The Sindh Chief Minister will go to the United States tomorrow for a week, while the PPP chairman is also set to depart in the coming days.

The party leadership has proclaimed Bilawal Bhutto and Murad Ali Shah’s visit to be purely personal.

It’s worth noting that PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari indicated he had no plans to meet US President Joe Biden during his visit to Pakistan while speaking to the media outside Parliament House a few days ago.

Sindh Health Minister Dr. Azra Fazal is also planning a trip to the United States and the United Kingdom, according to sources. During her visit, she will be out of the nation for 29 days, and it will be a private visit.

Earlier today, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Communication Shahbaz Gill, speaking at a press conference alongside opposition leader in Sindh Assembly Haleem Aadil Shaikh, alleged that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and his associates were headed to Washington to arrange a deal.

He claimed that Bilawal intended to become Prime Minister at any cost, even if it meant compromising national interests, but that the PTI would oppose such a move.

As Prime Minister Imran Khan made it clear that Pakistan will not allow its land to be exploited to safeguard foreign interests, the PPP saw an opportunity to depict themselves as foreign power facilitators, as they had done in the past, he noted.

β€œIn her book, former US Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice revealed that she initiated and facilitated a deal between Pervaiz Musharaf and Benazir Bhutto for the protection of US interests,” Gill said, adding that Zardari approved drone attacks, as evidenced by the fact that 344 drone attacks were carried out in Pakistani territory during his tenure, whereas the number of drone attacks during Musharaf’s tenure was a whopping 450.


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