Bilawal hits back at PM Imran over his understanding of right of Citizens’ free movement

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday took strong exception to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Comments with regard to freedom of movement by Citizens.

Earlier in a tweet, Imran Khan urged the politicians and parliamentarians to focus on their original job within the Country instead of frequent foreign trips.

“Why are some of our lawmakers so scared of the Exit Control List and why are they so keen to go abroad”?, the prime minister wrote on his twitter account.

However Bilawal Bhutto also took to twitter after a while and raised questions about Imran Khan’s understanding of right of free movement enshrined for citizens in the Constitution.

“Obviously selected PM doesn’t understand the concept of human rights or freedom of movement. Funny it’s only the opposition members on ECL, government members are busy travelling,” Bilawal said.

Bilawal Bhutto also rebuked the prime minister for undertaking frequent visits abroad in contrary to what he had earlier said.

“PM who despite promising not to travel for 1st 6 months has made more than 7 trips so far!,” the Chairman PPP said.

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