Kotli: The Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, today demanded of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to tender resignation till the completion of investigation into Panama Papers revelations.

Addressing a public rally ahead of elections in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, he said: “Mian Saab, you step down as prime minister till probe into Panama Papers and then you can re-assume the office after the completion of the investigation.”

He said that the party will no longer remain silent on the Panama Leaks issue as the government will not be able to complete its constitutional term as it is going through a turbulent period and that the ‘Raiwind throne’ seems shaking.

He further added that the wall of deception is about to fall and that PML-N’s demise will begin from Kashmir and will reach Pakistan from here.

He accused that the funds of the Kashmir Council are being distributed in PML-N members by the authority seated in Islamabad and that fake voter lists are being produced by registering the votes of non-Kashmiri people. Bilawal stated the “action replay” of the 2013 elections is there to be witnessed in the current scenario as PML-N is an expert in rigging.

He stated that the PM does not pay attention towards education as it does not involve the use of steel through which he is able to gain his own profits.

He added that the Pakistani government did not decrease oil prices whereas they were reduced around the whole world. He said that all the development done in Kashmir was during PPP’s tenure and stated that his party wants to provide employment to the people and uplift their living standard. He promised the Kashmiri people that whatever seems as a distant dream as of now will become a reality when PPP comes to power.

He said that the days of the Nawaz Sharif-led government are numbered, adding that the downfall of the government would begin from Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

Criticizing the prime minister, Bilawal said that Nawaz Sharif is not a leader but only a businessman who knows the art of making money out of privatization and mega projects like metro buses and orange line trains.

Calling the prime minister a personal friend of his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi, the PPP Chairman said that the country’s foreign policy under Nawaz Sharif’s leadership also reflects his business interests.

He vowed to stand by the oppressed in occupied Kashmir. “Whenever I talk about occupied Kashmir, Indian government and media severely criticize me. But I would never stop supporting the oppressed class there,” Bilawal vowed.

He claimed that the Nawaz Sharif never even uttered a single word against atrocities being committed by Indian troops in the occupied territory.

“Mian Saab, you talk about human rights, but you never raise voice against human rights violations in occupied Kashmir,” the PPP chairman said.

He said that peace in South Asia will also result in peace in the Middle East. He criticised the United Nations (UN) regarding its inability to resolve the Kashmir dispute by stating that the UN has passed resolutions regarding Kashmir, however, it has failed to implement those resolutions.

He further added that the global community has turned a blind eye towards the Kashmir dispute and stated that unarmed Kashmiris and Palestinians are becoming subjects to atrocities.