PPP is the party of all classes: Bilawal

Says all those defecting to PPP will be given full opportunities to change political landscape of Karachi


Our Correspondent May 07, 2017
PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. PHOTO: RASHID AJMERI

KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that PPP is the party of all the classes.

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Addressing more than 100 political leaders, office-bearers and workers who had defected to the PPP from Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM), Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan Muslim League - Functional (PML-F) during the last eight months in Karachi, he said that those joining the PPP from other parties would be given full opportunities to change the political landscape of the provincial capital.

Zubair Khan, the central president of PTI’s labour wing, Naeem Shaikh, the former town nazim of Korangi, Sheikh Mohammad Feroz, Farah Shaikh and Samina Salam were among those who have recently joined the party.

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"Let us work together for the restoration of the City of Lights and the City of Peace besides [ensuring] provision of food, shelter and clothes to every citizen," said Bilawal.

According to Bilawal, the vision of the founding party leadership was to strengthen a democratic Pakistan with its destiny lying in the hands of the public. "PPP has experienced great political movements, leading the people from the front for the rights of the people and our country," he added.

He said that PPP candidates will win majority of the seats in Karachi in the 2018 general elections.

COMMENTS (2)

Baba Luga | 4 years ago | Reply No wonder a person, especially a poor person, can't get treatment at a hospital when his security detail blocks all access. No wonder when there is a great flood in the country Bilawal and his pappy are living it up overseas and visiting their villas and mansions in the UK and France. Yes, the poor class can really identify with that.
F Khan | 4 years ago | Reply including Montessori class.
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