ISLAMABAD- Bilawal Bhutto Zardari gave some clever and witty replies during his first interview with the Indian media, as he spoke about the relationship between the neighbouring countries.
Speaking about Pakistan Army, Bilawal was asked how he would deal with the Pakistani Army and its relationship with India. “What do you mean? The Pakistani Army is my army and it doesn’t have a relationship with India, but the Pakistani state have a relationship,” Bilawal retorted to the *India Today’s*journalist.
When asked about his opinion regarding the Pakistani Army ‘messing’ and ‘poking’ with the Indian army, Bilawal was quick to make it clear that it is the other way round. “You mess and poke with us as a state and the Pakistan Army needs to fight terrorists,” he said.
Referring to United States of America President Donald Trump’s tweets about Pakistan, Bilawal said that Coalition Support Fund, which Pakistan was receiving was not an aid but it was the money Pakistan was due for its work in fighting terrorism.
Bilawal further said that in order to find a solution to get rid of terrorism, populist politics that Trump and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi do, needs to be stopped.
The PPP chairman also expressed his hopes that the part will win big in Election 2018 and PPP will be right back in the driving seat.
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