PPP will fulfill its promises: Zardari

President Asif Ali Zardari addressed a gathering of industrialists in Bahawalpur.

Express April 21, 2010
Asif Zaradri. PHOTO: EXPRESS

BAHAWALPUR: President Asif Ali Zardari addressed a gathering of industrialists in Bahawalpur on Wednesay, and said that the PPP will fulfill the promises laid down by Benazir Bhutto.

He also said a number of people have tried to destabilise the PPP government, but they have been unsuccessful. He called on "political actors" who appear on TV shows to stand in the elections and serve the people. He said the passage of the 18th Amendment had cleansed the country from the legacy of dictators.

Zardari said Bhutto still controls the PPP through the strength of her vision, especially for the poor. Speaking about measures being taken to help farmers, Zardari said interest free loans will be given to them so that they can irrigate their lands.


Taha H Ubaid | 12 years ago | Reply The Poor people of our country are being deprived of Basic necessities such as electricity and food. People have to stand in lines for Wheat and sugar. The prices of Petrol have touched the sky. Mean while our ABLE politicians are roaming around in Air conditioned SUV's worth millions of rupees. Thankyou for fulfilling your promise of torturing the poor!
Fayyaz Alam | 12 years ago | Reply I congratulate present government for 18th amendment. Can we please start working on everyday issues of the ordinary people? Only then a common man will understand what this amendment is!
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