Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday said that most of the democratic leadership was behind bars, but terrorists roamed free.In a tweet, he said: “Priority of the state is to crush democratic civilian voices while continuing to coddle and harbor terrorists and extremists.” On June 11, Bilawal had stated that the government was trying to distract the masses from rising inflation by arresting political opponents under the garb of accountability.During a joint meeting of opposition parties in the Parliament, Bilawal stated: “The question is where is the country heading to? The question is whether decisions will be made by the Parliament or other institutions.” Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Shehbaz Sharif was also at the meeting and stated that the government was trying to distract the public by raising the issue of accountability.“The incompetent and incapable government has made the common man’s life miserable. Investment is decreasing, there is no national development and the dollar is at a sky-high price,” Shehbaz Sharif said. “We have united not for ourselves, but for Pakistan and the people. People have expectations from the opposition,” said the PML-N leader. On Wednesday, PPP leader Qamar Zaman Kaira said that the actual target during the address of Prime Minister Imran Khan was the opposition. He said PM wanted to distract people from the 2019-20 budget.While addressing a press conference along with other party leaders, he said that the tone of PM Imran Khan during his address to the nation did not suit him. He questioned whether the PM was justified in using such language.“Every time a PM addresses the nation, some kind of special message is given. However, we do not understand what was so special in this particular address,” he said.“When someone questions PM Imran Khan, he gets angry. If the PM wants to make a commission, he should go ahead and fulfill his desire. He is misleading the public and everyone is worried about his policies. Everything has been taxed by the government,” he said.On Tuesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan had announced to form a high-powered inquiry commission to investigate corruption during the last 10 years.In his address to the nation, he said that the commission would comprise officials from the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), the Intelligence Bureau (IB), the Federal Investigation Authority (FIA), the Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) and other departments.