Bilawal’s train march to start from Karachi on March 26: PPP
KARACHI: Chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has announced to launch a ‘train march’ for what he termed against the ‘policies of the government’, ARY News reported Friday.
The decision in this regard was taken during a meeting chaired by Bilawal in Karachi. The meeting also reviewed arrangements and preparations for the march.
The march will begin from Karachi and culminate at Shahnawaz Bhutto Railway Station, Naudero.
The Ministry of Railways has approved for trains to be used in the march by the PPP leader. Teh march will begin on March under leadership of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari.
The PPP has directed its district party leaders to be prepared for the protest march. The trains, carrying the PPP leader and his team, will make brief stopovers on the way to Naudero.
Bilawal will address party workers at different railway stations.
In January, Bilawal had said he was ready to take to streets and conduct a long march to safeguard the 18th constitutional amendment.
He said, “we will adopt any legal option available to secure the 18th amendment.”
The PPP co-chairman boastfully mentioned that the Gumbat hospital was one of its kind and “we will also open an agriculture university in Khairpur soon,” he vowed.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had also termed fake bank accounts cases against his family a form of ‘political engineering’.
The PPP chief said that his political party was ready to take to the streets for a long march to ‘defend democracy’ in the country.