Bilawal blames personal vendetta for economic woes, vows to end divisive politics


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SHIKARPUR: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has blamed the politics of personal vendetta for the economic damage in the country. He said that if the people supported him on February 8, he would become the prime minister and put an end to the politics of hatred and division.

Speaking at an election rally in Shikarpur, Bilawal said that the country was facing a historic economic crisis, but his party had devised an economic plan. He said that the PPP had a proven track record of creating jobs and serving the people.

He said that the other parties contesting in the election were indulging in the politics of hatred and division. He said that they had made politics a personal matter, which was harming Pakistan and its economy. He said that they were responsible for the rising inflation, unemployment and poverty in the country.

He said that the PPP did not believe in the politics of hatred or revenge. He said that if the people backed him on February 8, he would become the prime minister and bury the politics of hatred and division. He said that he would unite the country and work for its progress.

Bilawal expressed his hope that the people of Shikarpur would not let him down and would vote for the PPP’s arrow symbol on February 8.

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