“Nawaz Sharif and Imran Kahn are two sides of the same coin. One wants to remain in power while the other is trying to come into power,” said PPP leader while addressing a public rally in Mehmoodabad, Karachi where by-polls in PS-114 is scheduled to be held on July 9.
“Both have indulged in politics of money,” he added.
Bilawal said that his party advocates the interests of the poor people while no other cares about them. “The youth is unemployed and this is a challenge.”
Karachi, the PPP leader said, is called mini Pakistan and people of all the different ethnicities of the country live in this constituency. “It is an area where labourers and working class reside and those who have always given sacrifices for the noble causes.” Bilawal went on to say that his party has strong bonds with the people of this area as his mother Benazir Bhutto and his grandfather Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto had also visited the neighbourhood in the past and he is visiting it for the first time.
Recalling the May 12, 2007 carnage in Karachi, the PPP leader said: “People of this area have suffered many times including during the the 12 May bloodbath.”