Elections 2024: Zardari optimistic for PPP’s election sweep


Elections 2024: Asif Zardari

ISLAMABAD: PPP co-chairman and former President Asif Ali Zardari voiced confidence in his party’s electoral prospects, anticipating a “clean sweep” in the general elections 2024.

Addressing the media in Nawabshah after casting his vote, the former president underscored the PPP’s optimistic outlook and drew attention to the party’s people-friendly manifesto, asserting that no other political entity had presented a comparable vision.

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Expressing hope for a comprehensive victory by the PPP in general elections 2024, Zardari highlighted the manifesto’s focus on the welfare of the people and its resonance with voters.

He reiterated the party’s commitment to a brighter future, emphasizing their vision for the nation.

BILAWAL SAYS HIS MANDATE CAN’T BE GIVEN TO ANYONE ELSE

PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday said his mandate could not be handed over to anyone else and added that the people had every right to cast their votes.

Talking to media at a polling station which visited to poll his vote, Bilawal asked the people to leave their homes and exercise their basic right, as he opined that suspending mobile phone service would result in a low turnout while also making it difficult to contact the returning officers.

Bilawal had previously accused three-time prime minister Nawaz Sharif of trying to influence the caretaker governments for favourable results.

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