Sunday, April 9, 2017

Bilawal vows to free south Punjab from shackles of Raiwind throne

People of south Punjab will get freedom from Takht-e-Raiwind after the upcoming general election, said Pakistan Peoples Party chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Sunday.
“South Punjab’s days of misery are over now,” he said, adding,”south Punjab is moving towards dawn of progress, happiness and equality.”
The PPP chairperson remarked this while speaking to the expected candidates of the districts of Multan, Bahawalpur divisions among others at Bilawal House, Lahore.
The current development budget for south Punjab is less than satisfactory, he remarked, adding that PPP has devised projects to provide relief to the poor people in the country.
Moreover, he also alleged that the rulers have spent billions on media campaigns for fake and false development projects.  
He also remarked that murderers of PPP workers are roaming freely in Haroonabad. “PML-N [Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz] government is not willing to arrest the murderers of PPP workers.”
After the meeting, the PPP chairperson also met the children of the worker Imtiaz Haider, who was killed in an attack on PPP leader Shaukat Basra in Haroonabad.

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