Bilawal urges to fight terrorism out of state
LARKANA: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has first time openly elaborated his party's policy on terrorism on the occasion of 6th death anniversary of his mother Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto. He stated that if terrorists do not comply with state's conditions, then no talks should be held with them – ARY News reports.
During his speech on Friday here, Bilawal said that that PPP will not support negotiations with militants as long as they do not surrender and accept the Constitution of Pakistan.
He strongly criticized the PTI Chief, Imran Khan for his stance on terrorism. He clarified that terrorism is not going to end even after the cessation of drone attacks.
Later, the PPP Chairman turned the cannons towards PMLN, saying that the 'lion' kept feeding on milk and terrorism proliferated in the state.
He said that the militants are defaming Pakistan, but the people will wage Jihad against them. He clearly stated that Pakistan is all ready to rage a war against miscreants.
Commenting on his party's assistance in rooting out terrorism, Bilawal said, "we are not going to step back for martyrdom is our destiny". He added that Asif Ali Zardari has already dared to put his own children into danger by lining them up against terrorism.
The PPP Chairman further vowed that all the children of Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto will be foraying into practical politics before the next general elections in the state.
He ended his speech with a revolutionary poem, conveying a message rebellion against cruelty and revolt against outdated practices.