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Thursday, December 27, 2018

Bilawal: Probe ‘benami PM’ too

Bilawal: Probe ‘benami PM’ too
Pakistan Peoples Party IPPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that if the institutions are investigating the benami accounts, then they should also investigate ‘the benami prime minister’.
A benami transaction is considered a form of money laundering: a transaction in which property is transferred to one person for consideration paid by another person.
The PPP chairman was addressing the gathering held in Garhi Khuda Bukhsh to remember the 11th death anniversary of his mother Benazir Bhutto.
Bilawal said that the Joint Investigation Team (JIT)’s report pertaining to the fake accounts is a pack of lies, adding that it is an attempt to misguide the courts.
“We hope that the courts will discard the misleading report … neither the public nor I accept the report,” said the PPP chairman. “I want to send this message to all the powers that I will fight your conspiracies, I will fight your arrogance.”
The PPP chairman, while criticising the government, said that the government does not realise how weak the Centre is.
“It seems that the reservations of Sindh is being thrown in the garbage bin, but those in power seem to be least concerned,” he said.
The PPP chairman alleged that the new prime minister has been brought in to reintroduce the one-party system in the country.
Bilawal said that the new government wants to put an end to the 18th amendment in the constitution.
He also said that he counts jiyalas (PPP workers) as his biggest asset.
Bilawal said that on this fateful day, his mother was taken away from him.
The PPP has organised a congregation in her hometown Garhi Khuda Bakhsh, in Sindh’s Larkana district.
Benazir took oath as the first female prime minister of Pakistan on December 2, 1988.
She was also the first woman to lead a Muslim state, and twice served as the prime minister of Pakistan.
Benazir was assassinated in a gun and bomb attack in Rawalpindi on December 27, 2007.

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