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PM Khan Believes In Partisan Politics. PTI’s Foreign Policy Is Based On ‘Chanda’: Bilawal

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Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari slammed Prime Minister Imran Khan accusing him of partisan politics. “Imran Khan always prioritized Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) interests over Pakistan’s.”

Speaking to the media, Bilawal said that all political parties in Pakistan are on one-page when it comes to Kashmir and response to India over Pulwama Attack, but it was the responsibility of the government to take political opponents on-board.

“I don’t know how Indian parties are reacting to the Pulwama Attack, but I know parties in Pakistan are on one page and should be. But it is the responsibility of the government and leadership to keep them all on-board. Unfortunately, that has not happened” Bilawal said.

The PPP co-chief jabbed Imran Khan accusing him of partisan politics. “Imran Khan believes in partisan politics. He has always kept his party interests higher than those of Pakistan. He should have reached out to opposition party over the matter but that did not happen. However, I would like to commend opposition parties for not doing politics over Pulwama Attack,” he said.

On question regarding the visit of Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, Bilawal said that he ‘welcomes the crown prince’, but believes Pakistan’s transactional policy was disappointing.

“I welcome the crown prince. Pakistan should focus more on foreign policy and strengthen relations with other countries. However, our transactions have been disappointing. Unfortunately, PM Khan’s foreign policy is based on aid,” Bilawal said, adding that countries do not prosper on aid.

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Earlier today, PM Khan officially responded to India over the Pulwama Attack, offering to take action if India proves elements in Pakistan conducted the attack. Read story to know more: Pakistan Ready To Take Action If India Provides Evidence: PM Imran Khan On Pulwama Attack

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