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Bilawal's refusal to speak in the National Assembly, deep cracks in the budget of the Muslim League (N) and People's Party

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ISLAMABAD – Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman and Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, a major coalition partner, has reportedly refused to express his views on the budget for the fiscal year 2023-24 in the National Assembly. is given has been given because his party has some reservations in this regard. allocated

Federal Minister of Commerce and Parliamentary Leader of People’s Party in the Lower House of Parliament Syed Naveed Qamar while talking to the media confirmed that Bilawal Bhutto will not discuss the budget.

The debate on the budget was supposed to end last Saturday (June 17) but it was extended by two days or until Tuesday (today), pending the PPP chief’s speech.

The move, seen as a blow to the ruling coalition that had joined hands to send the PTI government packing, comes amid growing tensions between the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and the PPP. Increases friction. shows

In the ongoing sessions of the National Assembly, several PPP lawmakers have expressed concerns about various aspects of the federal budget, which was unveiled on June 9 with a total expenditure of Rs 14.5 trillion.

Moreover, Bilawal Bhutto also left the round of negotiations with the PML-N on the budget proposals and especially on the IMF allocation for Sindh, which is a major issue between them.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Monday chaired the first round of talks aimed at resolving the issue of allocation of money for Sindh flood victims and other financial matters.

The finance bill and supplementary budget are expected to be tabled for approval on June 24 (Saturday).

A day ago, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said that the issue related to the rehabilitation of flood victims in Sindh and other parts of the country will be resolved amicably. He added that about 11 billion dollars will be spent in Sindh for this purpose. will be done. will be done.

He also rejected the perception of the difference between PML-N and PPP. The Minister said that efforts will be made to finalize the ‘Charter of Economy’ after the approval of the budget.

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