Infostani International- Pakistan People’s Party Chairman and former Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has called for a judicial inquiry into the Safar issue at the government level. He emphasized the need for a comprehensive investigation into Safar, shedding light on the hidden aspects of the story. Bilawal made this demand while speaking to the media after submitting the nomination form for the NA-194 Larkana One constituency election in Larkana.
Bilawal Bhutto Urges Probe into Safar Issue and Alleges Political Revenge
Expressing concerns, he stated that he sees Imran Khan receiving relief in the Sya Farkis case. Which he considers a serious matter involving political revenge. Bilawal emphasized the need for fair treatment of opponents and called for either the government or the judiciary to conduct a thorough investigation into the Saafar issue, uncovering the truth behind it. As a former foreign minister, he underscored the sensitive nature of Safar. As it is a secret document with limited copies distributed to key officials.
Bilawal argued that the leakage of Safar has led to a national scandal. As well as the disappearance of the document after reaching Prime Minister Khan raises serious questions about security. He urged the court to take the matter seriously and address the security concerns raised by the Safar issue. Notably, he mentioned that there is no record of Safar reaching Prime Minister Khan, emphasizing the gravity of the situation.
Bilawal’s Election Outlook and Commitment to People’s Issues
Switching to electoral matters, Bilawal downplayed the impact of the bat symbol. Associated with Khan’s party, in the upcoming general elections. He expressed confidence in the Pakistan People’s Party’s ability to participate and compete in the elections. Aiming to form a people’s government. Bilawal invited alliances in the elections but clarified that there have been no discussions regarding alliances with other political parties so far.
Bilawal, who submitted nomination papers from Lahore and Tambar Shahdad Kot constituencies, hoped for success in the elections. He acknowledged the challenging times faced by the people of Pakistan and emphasized the party’s commitment to addressing issues such as unemployment, poverty, economic crisis, and inflation. Bilawal concluded by expressing hope that the people of Pakistan would support him. Drawing parallels with his predecessors, Quaid Awam Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Shaheed Ms. Benazir Bhutto. Party leaders, including People’s Party Sindh President Nisar Khoro and others, accompanied Bilawal during this occasion.