ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) patron-in-chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said there should be zero tolerance for lawbreakers. In his comments in the aftermath of the Rawalpindi tragedy, Bilawal said on social networking website Twitter that existing laws about hate speech, incitement to violence and hate crimes should be implemented. He said part of the problem of Pakistan is that the prime minister is also holding the portfolio of foreign minister. “Part of the problem is our PM is also our FM. I know he’s new 2 this whole democracy thing. It’s not the 80s,” Bilawal wrote on his Twitter account. He said a PPP delegation will visit Rawalpindi once the curfew is lifted. “Hopefully their elected representatives would have done something by then,” he wrote. He said the prime minister’s refusal to return home and do the job he was elected to do is inexcusable.
Source: Daily Times