Elections: PPP will come to power again, predicts Zardari

PPP’s political struggle will continue but this will not hinder the election schedule: President.


Web Desk July 29, 2012

KHAIRPUR: We will hold free and fair elections on time and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) will again come to power with a huge majority, said President Asif Ali Zardari on Sunday.

Addressing a gathering in Khairpur after four years, Zardari said the PPP’s political struggle will continue but this will not hinder the election schedule.

Stating that his party doesn’t want to come to power through rigged elections, the president said that “we have never accepted rigging of polls and will make sure this doesn’t happen under our governance.”

“Free and fair elections in Pakistan is my promise to you and I know PPP will do well this time as well,” he added.

While thanking the people of Khairpur for always standing by the PPP, he said that supporting his party means supporting Pakistan.

He assured the attendees that the democratic government is fully aware of the difficulties faced by the people of Pakistan.

Commenting on the political tussle between the PPP and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), Zardari said that next time, the “chief minister of Punjab would be a PPP jiyala.”

COMMENTS (64)

Ahmer Ali | 9 years ago | Reply Zardari day dreaming and star gazing is injurious to health.Please come to the ground and face the reality and acknowledge that you have lost all your favoritism and popularity and only you can win the next general elections and form the next PPP's government by using only illegal and unlawful means in the next general elections.......
kashif | 9 years ago | Reply

how shameful of PPP and its supporters to still hold their heads high. Country has suffered beyond any one's estimate in last 5 years. Another term for this corrupt, incompetent, good for nothing PPP will be death to this country. All of us should vote in next election to make sure this evil rest for good.

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