Violent protests not acceptable: Bilawal

* PPP chief says everyone has right to hold peaceful protests
Violent protests not   acceptable: Bilawal

KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Patron-in-chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Sunday everyone had the right to hold peaceful protests and that he did not support violence.
In a statement, he said PTI supporters should not have allowed its workers to bring weapons to the protest in Karachi.
“Imran Khan has made a habit of distracting the country every time, we are about to have a national conversation on TTP. When Hakeemullah Mehsud was killed in a drone attack he made it about NATO trucks. When I talked about TTP on December 27th instead of revisiting his appeasement policy, Imran tried to distract people by talking about Bilawal House wall.”
Bilawal said his generation is tired of “ostrich and red herring politics”. 
“We demand senior politicians talk about the real threat to our country’s future. The terrorists are killing innocent civilians, our leaders and our army.”
The PPP leader said if PTI changes it’s stance on TTP, PPP and PTI can work together. 
“In free and fair elections the only possible legitimate national mandate is a coalition government. However, PTI’s appeasement and excuses for the TTP who assassinated my mother and kill my brothers is the only thing standing in our way,” he said.

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