Bilawal urges people “to vote for ‘arrow’ and get freedom”

MITHI, Sindh: PPP’s parton-in-chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has hit out at Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for “failing to fulfill his promises” to the people of Sindh, ARY News reported.

In his appearance at a public meeting in Mithi, Bilawal referred to PML-N and PTI, saying ‘lion’ and ‘bat’, were enemies in Punjab but they become friends in Sindh.

Mian Sahib, what about your announcements and promises to the people,” asked Bilawal.

He appealed masses to vote for ‘arrow’ – electoral symbol of the PPP – assuring that  doing so will bring freedom to the people.

Earlier he attended a Diwali function in Mithi, where Hindu worshippers also performed ‘aarti’ on him and prayed for his well-being.

The district was put on high-alert and a security was beefed up ahead of Bilawal’s visit.

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