Bilawal criticizes PML-N for becoming Pakistan’s ‘cheapest league’

  • Political opponents have shown their “true colours”: PPP Chairman.
  • He says, those who claimed to bring “change” brought destruction.
  • Bilawal insisted on “new leadership” over tried and tested candidates.

As the election campaign intensifies in the country, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that those who claimed to be representatives of the sanctity of the vote have instead become the country’s ‘Mehangai’. [inflation] league”, geo news Reported on Saturday.

“Those who claimed to represent the ‘sanctity of the vote’ have shown their true colors and have become the ‘Mehangai’ of Pakistan.” [inflation] League instead,” Bilawal said during his address at a workers conference in Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, taking an indirect dig at Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif.

“They have no respect for it [public’s] ‘vote’ […] Neither do they know how to serve the public nor how to rule. [the country],” He added.

Nawaz, who returned to Pakistan in October after ending a four-year self-imposed exile in London, faces an uncertain future regarding his potential participation in the election due to legal issues – as he has been disqualified from holding public office Was.

This is not the first time that the PPP president – in view of the general elections to be held on February 8 next year – has taken a dig against the PML-N and the party’s probable prime ministerial candidate Nawaz. A day earlier, addressing a workers’ conference in KP’s Mardan, the former foreign minister lamented traditional politics, calling it the country’s biggest enemy and stressed the need to introduce “new politics”.

Without naming anyone, Bilawal also took a dig at the Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), saying, “Those who claimed to be agents of change turned out to be agents of disaster.”

Referring to Khan’s infamous justification for changing political stances, he said, “Taking a U-turn is the mark of a coward, not a leader.”

Responding to criticism of the PPP’s performance as part of the PML-N-led Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) government, the PPP chief said he was proud of its 16-month performance and was looking forward to the elections based on its performance. Willing to fight. foreign Minister.

“PPP has a better chance today [in February 8, 2024 polls] Which he did not have in the 2013 and 2018 elections,” he said.

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