Lahore neither belongs to businessman nor athlete, it’s Bhutto’s legacy: Bilawal


Bilawl Bhutto

LAHORE: Without naming Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz supremo Nawaz Sharif and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf founder Imran Khan, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that Lahore did not belong to any businessman or athlete, but it belonged to former prime ministers Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto.

He said that both Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto had contested elections from Lahore and he was also contesting from Lahore to continue their legacy and vision.

Addressing party workers on Peco Road on Sunday as part of his election campaign for the upcoming general election, Bilawal said that the workers were his representatives in the constituency, and they have to deliver the PPP’s message to every household.

He said that the PPP would build hospitals for free treatment in every district of Punjab, and would double the salaries and incomes of the people. He said that he was not looking anywhere else for contesting the elections, but only at the people.

He said that Lahore did not belong to anyone else, but to the martyred Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.

He said that he would eradicate poverty from the country by following the manifesto, and would continue the struggle for the rights of the people.

The PPP chairman said that in the difficult economic conditions, he had to eliminate hunger. He said that they all had to fight the election together, and the people had to decide who would be their prime minister.

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He said that the youth of Pakistan wanted a young prime minister, and he was the one. He said that if the workers explained to the citizens of Lahore, their salaries would be doubled.

Bilawal said that in the PPP’s government, poverty would be eradicated, free treatment would be provided, farmers would get support, and workers would get rights. He said that his workers were his ambassadors in his constituency, and he was contesting the election from his city Lahore.

He said that he did not need any Patwari, and the PPP’s stalwarts did not bow down or get scared. He said that he would barge into their houses and beat them up.

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