Aseefa promises ‘progressive change’

Articulates Bilawal’s 10-point agenda for economic progress and social cohesion

Our Correspondent January 19, 2024
Aseefa Bhutto Zardari flashes victory sign to supporters during a rally in Tando Mohammad Khan on Thursday. Photo: Express


Aseefa Bhutto Zardari, who has been leading PPP’s election campaign in Sindh, has underscored the party’s commitment to tackling pivotal issues like inflation, unemployment, and poverty. She emphasised the party’s dedication to understanding and alleviating the struggles of the poor, a core principle of the PPP under the Bhutto family’s leadership.

She said this while addressing a rally in Tando Mohammad Khan, alongside local PPP candidates Syed Naveed Qamar, Syed Aijaz Hussain Shah Bukhari, and Khurram Karim Soomroo. She reached Tando Mohammad Khan after addressing rallies in Tando Allahyar, Tando Jam, Nawabshah, Sanghar, and Malir.

Aseefa highlighted the PPP’s vision, articulated in Bilawal Bhutto’s 10-point ‘Awami Muashi Muahida’, concentrating on economic growth, healthcare, education, and housing. She urged voters to acknowledge the PPP’s sincere endeavours to bring tangible improvements to their lives, distinguishing these efforts from other political entities driven solely by power motives.

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A notable source of pride for the PPP, as highlighted by Aseefa, is the reconstruction initiative for the 18,750 houses damaged in recent floods, with nearly 3,000 already in progress. This initiative exemplifies the party’s commitment to swift and effective action in times of crisis, aligning with their broader objectives of societal welfare and development.

Aseefa’s campaign trail is not merely about electoral triumph but also a testament to the PPP’s enduring commitment to serving and uplifting the people of Pakistan. As the general elections draw near, the party continues to reinforce its message of hope, resilience, and progress for a more prosperous future.

Published in The Express Tribune, January 19th, 2024.


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