PAKISTAN NEWS: Pakistani politician Bilawal Bhutto tests his Covid-19 credentials

Prime Minister Imran Khan has criticized the PDM for holding rallies as the second wave of the disease hit Pakistan.

As Covid’s cases escalate in Pakistan, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Thursday said he was separating himself after discovering he was infected.

He also informed the organizers of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) conference in Multan that instead of appearing in person, he would deliver his video via a link.

The meeting coincides with the PPP foundation day on November 30.

In addition to his absence from the Multan’s most important meeting, Bilawal will also miss the promise of his sister, Bakhtawar Bhutto-Zardari, and a Dubai-based businessman over the weekend.

Bilawal wrote on Twitter that he is currently experiencing negative symptoms. “I will continue to work at home and will be targeting the day of the PPP foundation with a video link. Wear a mask for everyone, we will see you on the other side. ”

The second and deadly wave of coronavirus has shown an increasing number of cases in Pakistan.

Pakistan reported 3,306 infections on Thursday, a day after confirming more than 3,000 daily infections for the first time since July.

Prime Minister Imran Khan has criticized the PDM for holding rallies as the second wave of the disease hit Pakistan.

Last week, the Prime Minister of Pakistan warned that his government would be forced to ensure that everything would end if opposition parties did not stop holding public rallies while the country struggled under the influence of Covid-19.

Khan wrote on Twitter that PDM with 11 parties will face consequences if they continue with their rallies.

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