- Bilawal said, people will be surprised in the next elections.
- He says, “People will defeat Mehengai-League on February 8.”
- He vows to complete the unfinished mission of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
As general elections approach, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Monday announced that people will no longer accept “chosen raj (elected government)” – a term coined by the previous Pakistan Tehreek-e-Zardari. Insaaf (PTI) was used for the government. ,
Addressing a public rally in Mithi, Bilawal said, “People endured selective rule for five years, but now any selective rule is unacceptable.”
Without naming any party, the PPP Chairman said that people will answer those who are sitting in the room and getting their election results done.
It is pertinent to mention here that the PPP leadership has been accusing the Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) of having a “hidden alliance” with the caretaker government.
Criticizing PTI, Bilawal said that people will answer those who attacked state establishments on May 9 in the upcoming general elections to be held on February 8, 2024.
“On the other hand, we have friends, if they think they will contest elections by copying PTI, they will fail.”
He said: “People will defeat Mahengi-League on February 8.” The PPP leader further said that people will be ‘surprised’ in the next elections.
Addressing the rally, the PPP Chairman expressed hope that “Jiyalas (a term used for PPP workers)” would become the Prime Minister and Chief Executive of Punjab this time.
Bilawal vowed to complete the unfinished mission of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto – who was given death sentence in a murder case on April 4, 1979, but his party calls it a “judicial killing”.
Recalling his family’s services towards the people, Bilawal said that they have been struggling to end poverty for the last three generations. He said that PPP has empowered farmers, farmers and the poor.
The PPP chairperson vowed to double workers’ salaries and introduce “green cards” like the Benazir Income Support Program card.
Last week, the PPP’s former allies at the Center – PML-N and MQM-P – announced that they would jointly contest the upcoming general elections, a move that could impact the election results in urban areas of Sindh, Bilawal’s stronghold Is. -Leadership party.
This development took place when the Election Commission of Pakistan had announced to hold elections in the country in February next year, after which the heated war of words between PPP and PML-N had intensified.
The romance between the two former allies ended after the PDM-led coalition government completed its term in August and both the PPP and PML-N were at loggerheads over election-related issues.