Imran can not conspire his way to PM house, says Bilawal

Imran Khan is scared of transparent elections, claims PPP chairperson

News Desk/News Desk July 18, 2018

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari criticised the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf the said Imran Khan is mistaken if he thinks he can conspire his way to the prime minister's house, reported Express News.

While addressing the media in Lalamusa on Wednesday, the PPP chairperson said politics based on verbal abuses and blaming will harm the public.

Off-colour language in politics makes Bilawal see red

"PPP will fight against the ideological crisis in Punjabi politics," said Bilawal and added that PTI's manifesto and that of the PML-N is the same.

"Our journey is not limited to the elections and that’s why PPP’s manifesto is different than other parties. We will follow Benazir Bhutto’s philosophy," Bilawal said and claimed the PTI leader was afraid of free and fair elections.

Attempts to derail Bilawal's politics will be unsuccessful: Zardari

Before concluding his address, the PPP chief said the people of Pakistan can vote for whoever they want and alleged that a puppet alliance is being formed.

"PPP has always fought conspiracies in the past and will do so in the future," he said.



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