"You are the people who have defeated Zia-ul-Haq and dictator Pervez Musharraf," Geo TV quoted Bilawal as saying.
However, a lack of coverage on his campaign by local broadcast media has not gone down well with his aides.
"July 4th 2018. Not surprised by the media blackout, the same media always claim #PPP is losing its ground in #Sindh. I think we should let the people of Sindh speak for themselves ?? #PeoplesVoice #PeoplesChoice #SingingLoudAndClear #WazirEAzamBilawal #PPP2018," tweeted Bilawal's sister Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari.
Bilawal started his campaign on Sunday from Sindh's capital city of Karachi, where his convoy was pelted with stones. Although Bilawal escaped unharmed in the attack, the window of his car was smashed by the miscreants.
Since then he has visited Hyderabad, Thatta, Tando Jam, Hatri Bypass, Mithiani, Hala, Nawabshah, Moro, Kazi Ahmed and Sanghar in Sindh.
Upon completion of his campaigning in Sindh, Bilawal is slated to continue his campaign in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces.
Pakistan is slated to hold the general elections on July 25. Bilawal is contesting from NA-246, Karachi.