PESHAWAR: Co-chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari has pledged to revive the party at each union council level of the country with an aim to make a ‘big impact’ in the next general elections.
Zardari said the ‘show of PML-N and Kaptaan’ has ended, it’s now time of the PPP to return [to power], he added.
Addressing a Fata Convention here, Zardari claimed that his party neither ran any campaign ahead of the 2013 elections nor conducted any rally.
“This time Bilawal, Aseefa and everyone will be on the ground,” he maintained.
He urged masses not to pin any hope to the incumbent government. “They can never solve your problem,” he insisted.
He also announced to open PPP secretariat in Federally Administered Tribal Areas.
He said the PPP wanted Fata merger with Khyber Pakhtonkhwa, calling the step as ‘need of the hour’.