Bilawal says PPP contesting against ‘Mujhay Kyun Nikala’ ‘U-turn’ and ‘puppet’ alliance
MORO/KAZI AHMED: Taking a dig at three political rivals at the same time, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday said that his party is contesting polls against “Mujhay Kyun Nikala”, “U-turn” and a “puppet alliance”, ARY News reported.
Addressing rallies in different towns of Sindh province as a part of his election campaign, the PPP chief said that his party is not only contesting against a “puppet alliance” (GDA) but also against “U-turn” (PTI chief Imran Khan) and “Mujhay Kyun Nikala” (Nawaz Sharif’s PML-N).
About the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) led by Pir Pagara, he said that people will reject them through their vote and will elect PPP again.
He was of the view that no other party has given a clear manifesto before polls as PPP.
The PPP chief vowed to eradicate hunger and give interest-free loans to farmers if elected to power.
It is pertinent to note here that Bilawal announced the party’s manifesto for the 2018 general elections on Thursday before starting his election campaign.
Addressing media in the capital, the PPP chief had lamented the absence of an effective and proactive foreign policy, lack of education and health facilities for common people of the country and an ‘unstable’ economic situation.
He pledged to free all Pakistanis from the fear of hunger, thirst and helplessness and to open opportunities for youth so that “they may excel, become active citizens of Pakistan and confident members of the global community”.