LAHORE: PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has distanced his party from the words used for parliament in the public meeting organised by the opposition parties on The Mall here on Wednesday.
The PPP respects the parliament and will always do so, Mr Bhutto-Bhutto tweeted soon after Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan cursed the legislative house in his speech.
“The PPP respects Parliament and will always respect Parliament. Cannot help the behaviour of others but will never endorse disrespecting Parliament,” tweeted the PPP chief in response to PTI chairman’s public cursing of the parliament and loud thinking that his party may follow Awami League’s Sheikh Rashid in resigning from the National Assembly.
Some leaders think that the show failed to give any of the stated results.
“The euphoria of this joint public meeting is over; it was just a show of who can speak louder? Who can make more exaggerated claims?” says Awami Workers Party’s Farooq Tariq.