The Prime Minister's visit to Sindh six months after Corona is salting the wounds of the people, Bilawal Bhutto

Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the selected Prime Minister visited Sindh six months after the first case of Corona virus was reported in Karachi. The visit of the selected Prime Minister to Sindh was only to sprinkle salt on the wounds of the people.

Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari in a statement said that the elected Prime Minister has refused to do anything to prevent starvation and epidemic.

He said that 229 billion rupees of Sindh was looted during the outbreak in the federal budget. The federal budget is not in the best interests of our healthcare sector. The elected Prime Minister has left our farmers at the mercy of locusts and economic catastrophe.

Bilawal Bhutto said that aid to the poor was reduced in the federal budget under Benazir Income Support Program. The Prime Minister-elect decided to lay off 10,000 employees of the steel mills, but sought Rs 80 billion for the construction of the dam.

The PPP chairman further said that Imran Khan refused to meet the front line activists against Corona in Sindh. Imran Khan refused to meet the doctors who saved our lives at the risk of their lives and the Chief Minister who led the team in Sindh.
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