Islamabad: On Sunday, the Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, made it clear that there is no sign of early elections over the demand of former prime minister Imran Khan as the federal government has to seek solutions for internal challenges. While talking to Al-Jazeera, Bilawal said that the previous leadership left a divided state with collapsed economy for the incumbent government. He added that holding early elections will strengthen the agenda of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf.
During the interview, Bilawal denied all allegations of a foreign conspiracy to dethrone the PTI government. He commented that political leaders should refrain to forge these types of conspiracy theories and are supposed to speak the truth with the nation. Bilawal pointed out that first time a prime minister was ousted through a constitutional manner instead of a court order or coup.
Regarding the internal problems, Bilawal said that a single political party cannot address the issues, and the country needs to get united. The foreign minister said it is important that assemblies complete their five-year term until a situation of urgency occurs, and currently there are no such circumstances.