CM Bizenjo will soon join PPP, claims Jattak

Says Quetta will emerge as the hub of PPP after Larkana


Mohammad Zafar April 13, 2018
Balochistan Chief Minister Abdul Quddus Bizenjo. PHOTO: FILE

QUETTA: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Provincial President Ali Madad Jattak on Thursday claimed that incumbent Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo will ‘soon join PPP.’

Jattak was addressing a news conference here at Quetta Press Club, where Awami National Party’s Nazim Malik Khan Wali Nasir announced he was joining the PPP.

Jattak further said, “He has hidden sympathies with Pakistan Peoples Party and will join us for the 2018 elections.”

The party’s provincial president called Quetta the 'second Larkana’ and said a large number of people in the province are joining the PPP, which he claims will emerge as an ‘undefeatable political force in the 2018 election.’

Discussing the future of PPP in Balochistan, Jattak said the people of Balochistan have said goodbye to the nationalist parties, and Quetta will become another hub of PPP.'

“Nationalist have given nothing to the people of Balochistan but despondence through false promises, PPP will reprieve the province from joblessness and poverty,” Jattak added.

Sharing his party's stance on Election Commission of Pakistan ban on recent job recruitment in the country Jattak said, our party welcomes the ECP’s decision because the government funds might be used for political interest.

He announced that PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will visit Quetta on May 4 and will address a large public rally in the provincial capital.

COMMENTS (1)

RF | 3 years ago | Reply Well, I wouldn't want a second Larkana in Pakistan in terms of poverty, lack of education and no infrastructure development.
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