Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto on Sunday responded to the prime minister’s “hue and cry” remark by saying that it is the cries of the poor which will topple the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)-led government. PM Imran Khan on Friday had said that “since yesterday have been hearing hue and cry from Sindh,” in an apparent jibe aimed at the PPP whose leaders are facing an inquiry in relation to fake accounts. Bilawal, taking to Twitter, said that indeed Sindh is raising the hue and cry but that these complains are a result of gas loadshedding in Sindh, which “produces the most gas”, as well as blocking of water to the province. “Sindh is complaining because agriculture and industries are being destroyed,” he said. PM says will launch biggest operation against money laundering in history He then went on to threaten the PTI that these complaints are quickly snowballing into a “huge roar” which would eventually topple the government. The two parties came face to face after the PTI started hinting at a leadership change in the provincial government following Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah and PPP Co-chairman Asif Zardari’s inclusion in the Exit Control List on Friday. The PPP slammed the ECL move and has warned against toppling its government in Sindh.