KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has criticised the prime minister stating that Imran Khan should apologise to the nation for causing grievances to people by creating avoidable crises.
He was addressing the people at an event to commemorate the memory of Shahnawaz Bhutto on his death anniversary.
Bilawal said that people were suffering due to severe gas crisis but the ruling party ministers were busy challenging the claims instead of working to resolve the issue.
He pointed out the government’s mishandling of the LNG, stating that the whole situation could have been avoided had the government timely ordered the LNG supply. He also said that the country would not have faced the issue in the first instance had the Pak-Iran gas pipeline project been completed.
Bilawal said that the government had left the people no option by first creating a gas crisis then by hiking the prices of the alternate source. He pointed out that the government’s policies had left the people with no option but to have just one meal per day.