Thursday, July 5, 2018

#Pakistan - #PPP workers, candidates facing threats, claims Bilawal Bhutto

Pakistan People’s Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has claimed that his party workers and candidates are being threatened during the election campaign.

“We need free and fair elections. The powerful forces should not interfere in the affairs of democracy. They should trust the masses who are the ultimate decision makers,” Bilawal said.

He said the anti-PPP alliance of political parties in Sindh ‘is against the interests of Pakistan.’

The PPP leader was addressing a press conference in Sukkur from where he resumed the party’s ‘Karachi-to-Khyber’ road caravan on the fourth consecutive day on Thursday.

The PPP chairman is supposed to reach Punjab’s Sadiqabad city on Friday.

The procession is scheduled to reach Rahim Yar Khan Saturday and Muzaffargarh Sunday. It will reach Multan on July 8th.

The PPP chairman will stay in Multan till July 10 and visit areas in Southern Punjab before leading the election caravan to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

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