Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Over Pakistan: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is the Foreign Minister of Pakistan. He gave an interview on a TV show in America on Wednesday (March 15). He said that the country is facing a storm of crises. The country is faced with worsening political, economic and security issues.
According to the report of Pakistan’s Geo News, the country’s Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that unfortunately not only favoritism and political polarization has increased in Pakistan, but there are no political parties or political stakeholders in the country. We could sit in a room and discuss issues among ourselves. We are also facing an economic crisis.
There is chaos in the country
Zardari mentioned Afghanistan during a conversation on American TV show The Daily Show. He said that after the fall of the Afghan government, the country (Pakistan) is facing a security threat and crisis. According to Geo News This increasing cases of terrorist attacks. After this, the biggest climate disaster in history has also been faced.
Pakistan’s democracy is fragile
Pak Foreign Minister Zardari further said on Imran Khan that he has resigned from the Parliament and fled from the system. There is no question of arresting Imran Khan for me. I would never want any politician to go to jail in my country or any other country. He is in danger of arrest because of his arrogance. They think they are too important and will not come to court.
According to Geo News, the Foreign Minister Imran Khan attributed the decision to making a mockery of the judicial system in Pakistan, the rule of law and the constitution in the country. He said that we are caught in a situation where political chaos is going on in the streets and attention is being diverted from the real issues that affect Pakistanis everyday.
On the condition of democracy in Pakistan, he replied that the democracy of our country is fragile. Much of our history has been under military dictatorship.
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