Bilawal has to offer more than vague slogans
Bilawal has to demonstrate formidable political skill apart of the charisma of his grandfather and mother as his Pakistan People’s Party faces a serious political challenge in its Sindh stronghold amid charges of corruption, inefficiency and poor governance in the province.
Bilawal Bhutto visited the camps of the PPP workers on Friday night, who have thronged in Karachi to attend the grand power show of the party. He told the PPP Jiyalas that he will complete the journey, which was started by his deceased mother.
However, the young man has to offer more to the people, who have backed the PPP through thick and thin, with substantial roadmap of reforms in governance, instead of the vague slogans.
A special train carrying People’s Party workers last night reached Karachi from Sukkur apart of hundreds of buses carrying the party workers from every nook and corner of the country. Enthusiastic party workers visiting the memorial of Karsaz tragedy on October 18th, 2007, when around 150 people were killed in a terrorist attack at the welcome parade of Benazir Bhutto on her arrival from abroad.