Bilawal questions ‘favouritism shown to Imran’
LALAMUSA: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari says there is a crisis of ideological politics in Punjab but his party is committed to do progressive politics while following its slain leaders’ ideology and philosophy.
Speaking to media here, he said that the way people welcomed him at different places along Grand Trunk Road has dispelled a myth that the PPP has no place in “the politics of GT Road.”
He said one can get short-term benefits by indulging in the politics of using abusive language and spreading hatred but it would adversely impact society and youth in the long-run.
Mr Bhutto-Zardari said, “Efforts are underway to make a puppet alliance and a new IJI [Islami Jamhoori Ittehad].”
PTI chief Imran Khan has a misconception that he can become prime minister by hatching conspiracies but he would bite the dust, the PPP chairperson asserted.
“If Khan Sahib would have been so popular, his politics at peak and masses with him, then what was the need to show such favoritism to him and provide a non-level playing field to other parties,” he asked.
He said the PTI chief was afraid of fair elections because he can not fight elections in a transparent manner.