KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday invited all the political parties to take to streets along with PPP to press Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s government to accept his four demands.

Addressing a press conference at Bilawal House, the PPP chairman said, “We are left with no other option but to hit the streets.”

"I never backtrack on my promise. I still keep my word to launch movement against the government," he added.

He said supremacy of law should be equal for him and the prime minister.

He said, PML-N is not serious to meet his four demands, adding that the government is not ridiculing them but people of Pakistan.

“Government will get to know after December 27 that what the real opposition is,” he added.

He also warned that if the federal government didn’t meet the four-point charter of demand, he will stick to the slogan of “Go Nawaz Go”.

Hurling barbs at his opponents, Bilawal said be it ‘u-turn’ proponents or any politician, we would uphold working relationship with everyone.

“I am son of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed, I do politics of truth,” he said.

He further claimed that law and order situation is worsening in Punjab as the National Action Plan (NAP) is not being properly implemented in the province.

Bilawal said the level of injustice could be gauged from comparisons between budget of Lahore and the whole country.

It may be mentioned here that Bilawal has demanded the government to form a parliamentary committee on national security, adopt the PPP-drafted bill on Panama Papers probe, implement decision of the multi-party conference chaired by Asif Zardari on China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and appoint a full-time foreign minister.