Thursday, May 1, 2014

Bilawal Bhutto Asks: Where is Abid Sher Ali on Ittefaq Foundry's 40-million-rupees debt?
Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari retweeted a Twitter post – indicating Ittefaq Foundry’s 40 million debt in terms of electricity payments – with his comments asking “where is Abid Sher Ali?”, Dunya News reported.
Posting on the occasion of Youm-e-Shuhada, he tweeted:
“Our martyrs can no longer speak. Let us pledge to be their voice. we must not let their sacrifice be in vain, 1/3 #YoumeShuhada"
“we will not surrender the country they died defending to the animals who killed them. 2/3 #YoumeShuhada" second part of the tweet said.
He concluded the message in third part of his tweet vowing that martyrs will always have a voice as long as he is alive.
“As long as SMBBs son lives they shall have a voice. 3/3 #YoumeShuhada"
Earlier, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari alleged on Tuesday that people of Sindh are being targeted through loadshedding and power cuts because they voted for the ‘party of martyrs’.
In his Twitter post, Bilawal said that people of Sindh are being victimized through loadshedding and power cuts by Federal Ministry for Water and Power.
“PPP won’t tolerate victimization of the people of Sindh province for voting the party of martyrs.” the tweet reads.

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