Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto on Monday said that democracy will not be in danger if Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif's resigns.
Addressing a gathering at National Press Club, Bilawal reiterated his demand for Sharif's resignation, saying that the Prime Minister has lost all the moral and legal ground for staying in the office.
Geo News quoted Bilawal as saying that Sharif's resignation is in the interest of the people and the country.
The PPP Chairman expressed optimism that his party would produce good results in the 2018 General Elections.
He also said that the PPP will consider all other options if Sharif family doesn't accept the rule of law.
Bilawal also took the occasion to talk about safety of journalists and said that he will put forth the demand for legislation for protection of scribes.
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