PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said “they” should “do politics like lions, not cats,” in an indirect jab at the PML-N, a day after criticising the party for seeking government contracts.
While speaking at an election rally, Bilawal stated that the PPP would conquer all political parties, and asked the people of the district to get rid of “cats,” a subtle dig at the PML-N.
“We want them to be lions in politics, not cats; we want them to play their proper role as an Opposition party so we can give the [PTI-led] government a hard time,” he stated.
The PPP chairman challenged the PML-N to act like lions rather than cats, saying, “A lion stays within his pride and endures adversity.”
“PML-N and PTI cannot face Modi in the eye and confront him,” Bilawal said, adding that PPP will join PML-N in the struggle.
“Those who talk about sensitivities don’t care about people’s emotions,” he said, “just as our prime minister deprives people of roti, kapra, and makaan.”
Bilawal is currently campaigning for the 11th General Elections in Azad Jammu and Kashmir, which will take place on July 25.
PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz, on the other hand, is campaigning in the district and directing her party’s movement.
Here is Bilawal Bhutto’s full address in AJK today.
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