Model Town martyrs did not get justice, nor will these children: Bilawal Bhutto

Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, on Wednesday, asked, “who will get justice for Kasur? When you [Nawaz Sharif] were disqualified, you demanded accountability. Who will get it for Kasur?”

Addressing a media conference in Badin, Bilawal said, “We don’t just need to get justice for our kids but have to secure their future.” He stated that Sindh government made the child protection law to ensure that every child is protected.

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“We have to educate our children,” Bilawal insisted. “Neither the Model Town martyrs got justice, nor will these children.” Bilawal insisted that despite obvious evidence, culprits of Zainab’s rape and murder are still at large.

Sharif brothers

Bilawal also pointed fingers at Punajb Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif and deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif. “You [Nawaz] were  charged of corruption while your brother got a clean-chit in the Hudaibiya case.”

“If the verdict of your disqualification is wrong, then the verdict of Hudaibiya mills case is also wrong,” Bilawal said hinting at the conflict between the Sharif brothers.

“Ask your younger brother who kicked you out, and why. You will find the answer within your family,” Bilawal.

“You can’t handle any provinces, you couldn’t even handle Balochistan,” the PPP leader said criticising the government over Sanaullah Zehri’s replacement as Balochistan chief minister.

PPP chairman also outlined Imran Khan’s “double standards” saying  Parvez Khattak has severe corruption charges against him.

“These charges have never been investigated. Where is the accountability in K-P?”

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He then went on to comment on Jahangir Tareen’s disqualification on corruption charges calling it a grand ‘hypocrisy’ where Imran supports a corrupt man. “You gave Jahangir’s seat to his son, could there be bigger hypocrisy?”

“Former president Zardari will soon teach PTI on how to deal with politics,” he added.


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