Chairman of Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has announced that his political party will not take part in the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazl (JUI-F) led sit-in in Islamabad.

After visiting the affected people of the train fire incident Bilawal demanded the immediate resignation of federal railways’ minister, Sheikh Rasheed.

Bilawal said that his political party would appreciate Government’s Kartarpur corridor project if the occupied Jammu and Kashmir did not come under the attack of India.

While talking to journalists outside Victoria Hospital Bahawalpur, Bilawal said that PPP has given its stance on the very first day for not participating in any sit-in and demands of his political parties are the same like other opposition parties but PPP could not favour a sit-in.

He further said that the decision could be reviewed if the party’s central executive committee would take any decision.