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Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday said that the next elections could be bloody if all political parties did not agree to a basic code of conduct for polls If all political parties do not agree on a basic code of conduct for elections

Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday said that the next elections could be bloody if all political parties did not agree to a basic code of conduct for polls If all political parties do not agree on a basic code of conduct for elections
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Islamabad: Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said on Thursday that the next election could be “blood-stained” if all political parties do not agree on the basic election code of conduct. Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) president Bilawal said in the National Assembly, “In view of the hideous situation, we have to unite on the (election) code of conduct…if the political parties do not come together…then the next election will be bloody.” Will happen.”

He said that if political parties give up their democratic attitude, it will lead to a situation of violent confrontation. “We need to reconsider our stand as things are moving in that direction,” he cautioned. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party led by former Prime Minister Imran Khan demanded early elections. Is. Bilawal reiterated that political parties should create a basic code of conduct so that the country can be run and elections can be held peacefully.

The foreign minister said the allies want a ‘democracy charter’. He said that if this is not possible, then at least there should be some kind of code of conduct. Bilawal said that elections should be held only after electoral reforms and all parliamentary parties including PTI should be taken together on this issue.

The PPP chief claimed that a former minister in the then Imran government had contacted him a day before the no-confidence motion and warned that martial law would be imposed in the country if the opposition did not agree to the mid-term elections. Bilawal’s remarks about the violence in the elections came after Imran Khan in his rallies threatened to topple the government by fighting in the streets to pave the way for the elections.

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