Sunday, June 11, 2017

Bilawal Bhutto - ‘Yes, jiyalas love me’

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday said he does not care for ‘turncoats’ as he is surrounded by the jiyalas.

Talking to reporters during an Iftar dinner at Bilawal House, he said that he had no worries about the people who were leaving party and joining the Kaptaan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). He said the “real jiyalas” were with him. To a question about Panamagate case, he said that the Sharifs were never held accountable in the past. He added that he wanted law to prevail in the case.
About the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) formed to probe into the case, he said that the people who are being called by the JIT have no links with the politics. Bilawal has formally started his Ramazan tour of Punjab by participating in Iftar dinners and holding meetings with PPP office-bearers. He held two meetings with his party’s Punjab and Lahore chapters on Tuesday.
According to his schedule, Bilawal will visit various district headquarters including Faisalabad, Gujranwala, Sargodha, Sahiwal and Rawalpindi. He will also visit three districts of southern Punjab.
After completing his Punjab tour, Bilawal will go to Peshawar and Quetta to hold meetings with party leaders and workers.
Bilawal will visit Faisalabad today (Wednesday), On June 8, Bilawal will visit three district of Southern Punjab. He will go to Gujranwala on June 9, next day he will visit Sargodha and on June 11 he will be among workers in Sahiwal.
On June 12, Bilawal will again hold a meeting with the Lahore PPP office- bearers. He will visit Rawalpindi division and Islamabad on June 13.
According to the schedule, Bilawal will visit Peshawar on June 16 and Quetta on June 20. Party sources told Daily Times that Bilawal and the party office bearers from Punjab and Lahore chapters also discussed the current political and organizational issues. They confirmed that Bilawal will visit Multan today (Wednesday) and stay at Yousaf Raza Gilani’s house where he will hold meetings with the southern Punjab office-bearers.

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