Panamagate: After Imran, now Bilawal presses on Nawaz Sharif for accountability

Sukkur [Pakistan], Nov. 6 : Attacking Nawaz Sharif over the Panama, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has called on the Prime Minister to present himself for accountability for his alleged links to Panama Papers leaks.

Speaking to reporters after reaching Khangarh, the PPP chairman said that a long march against the government would be organised by the party if it did not accept the party's plan for the accountability of those whose names were included in the Panama Papers.

The Dawn quoted sources as saying that Bilawal was visiting Ghotki district to resolve some issues among local PPP leaders.

The PPP leader was welcomed in Khangarh by the Mahar brothers who have significant political control in Ghotki and reportedly had differences with some other heavyweights of the district Bhutto-Zardari held a meeting with the Mahar brothers MNA Sardar Ali Gohar Khan Mahar, former chief minister of Sindh Ali Mohammad Mahar, provincial Minister Sardar Mohammad Bux Mahar and Ali Nawaz Mahar and discussed with them the local political situation and problems of the district.

According to sources, Mahar brothers opposed the reported joining of the PPP by Nadir Akmal Laghari and Khalid Khan Lund and complained about unavailability of development funds.

Rahim Bux Bozdar's name was presented by the influential brothers for the district president of the PPP in Ghotki.

Source: ANI