ISLAMABAD - Pakistan People’s Party chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari yesterday said that the government was doing injustice with the people of Pakistan through undue legislation. Speaking to journalists here, he alleged the government had targeted the business community by legislating beyond the demands of the Financial Action Task Force. “This government has made the situation difficult for the business community and common man by such legislations. This legislation was forcibly passed and also could not take Pakistan out of the grey list. The business community was already suffering due to Covid-19 and continues to do so now because of this legislation,” he said. Regarding meeting of former President Asif Ali Zardari with Punjab Assembly Speaker Parvez Elahi, the PPP Chairman said, “We are very thankful to Parvez Elahi who visited Zardari Saheb to inquire about his health. We had achieved many successes in government with Parvez Elahi’s party and when we increased the buying price of wheat, PML-Q not only appreciated it but itself demanded an increase in buying price thus benefitting growers in Punjab as well.” Vaccinations save over 14,000 lives in UK Regarding proposed All Parties Conference of the opposition, Bilawal said that he has already spoken to opposition leader Shehbaz Sharif about government’s measures for rigging in elections, the opposition needs to work together against it. “We should not allow the government to rig the elections,” he added.