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Wednesday, July 4, 2018
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari continued his campaign in Sindh with another eventful day on Wednesday. From Sakrand to Moro to Noushehro Feroze to Ranipur to Pir Jou Goth, the PPP Chairman will end his day in Sukkur later tonight
Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari continued his campaign in Sindh with another eventful day on Wednesday. From Sakrand to Moro to Noushehro Feroze to Ranipur to Pir Jou Goth, the PPP Chairman will end his day in Sukkur later tonight.
PPP supporters welcomed Chairman Bilawal with “Na Pir jo, Na Mir jo, Vote Benazir jo” (Not any Pirs, Not any Mirs, our vote is only Benazir’s) slogans everywhere he went. Chairman Bilawal said that he is being challenged by political parties that have not even presented their party manifestos so far.
“How can Taliban Khan and the one who is asking why he was ousted contest against us?”, said Chairman Bilawal Bhutto.
Addressing his supporters, Chairman PPP remarked that the people of Sindh defeated terrorism and dictators. “You are the ones who defeated General Zia and General Musharraf.” He also criticised the Judiciary for meddling in the domain of elected governments. “Judiciary is not responsible for the construction of dams; it is the responsibility of the governments. The PPP has always raised the issue of water scarcity and we will resolve it.” He highlighted how the PPP government in Sindh had built many small dams across the province.
Chairman PPP said boycotting or delaying the elections is not an answer to any problem as such measures would only weaken the democratic process in the country.