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Bilawal calls for tripartite dialogue with neighbours to combat terrorism

 (Web Desk) – Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), asked on Friday that the government begin a tripartite conversation with surrounding nations to combat the threat of resurgent terrorism.

Bilawal thanked the Sindh Police for foiling a terror attack in Karachi’s Landhi district on Friday morning, while speaking to the media outside Parliament House.

This [attack] also serves as a reminder that terrorism is on the rise again in Pakistan. To address the situation, the federal and provincial governments must take action against terrorists and engage with surrounding nations,” said the former foreign minister.

The PPP leader recalled that as foreign minister, he had a tripartite dialogue at the Foreign Ministry with the foreign ministers of China, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. He highlighted the importance of comparable efforts to eradicate terrorists.

Bilawal criticized the PTI founder’s government’s policies toward the banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), terrorism, and neighboring countries. He emphasized the release of terrorists from prisons and the invitation provided to terrorists held in Afghan prisons prior to the fall of Kabul to join Pakistan, claiming that these measures were foolish.

According to Bilawal, the parliament was not consulted, and the president at the moment awarded clemency to terrorists. He emphasized the significance of taking a firm stand on national security and warned against an ambiguous strategy.

Bilawal also discussed the effects of climate change, which were particularly visible in recent floods. He emphasized the need to modify development methods to be climate-resilient and environmentally benign, citing President Zardari’s previous remarks on the subject.

Bilawal expressed hope about the Saudi foreign minister’s recent visit, describing it as the most successful. He underlined Saudi Arabia’s capacity to contribute to investment opportunities in Pakistan, ultimately creating jobs across the country.

He closed by emphasizing the necessity of greeting foreign delegations, which is a responsibility shared by the government, allies, and opposition.














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