Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman said that there would not be any selection now as fair and transparent election would be held.
He said puppets would be expelled from the country’s politics. He expressed these views while addressing the party workers’ convention in Nawazabad, in the border region of Punjab-Sindh (Rahim Yar Khan district), demanding the end of unannounced censorship by the country.
Bilawal said that his party did not accept censorship, even under Zia’s dictatorship, and would never accept it. While mocking the PTI government’s media-controlled politics, he regretted that the Indian pilot’s interview was broadcast, but the former president’s interview could not be transmitted. In criticizing the government headed by Imran, he said that this “chosen” and the puppet regime would not survive because it had ruined the country’s economy.
When closing the budget, he added that it added to the misfortunes of the masses and relieved the capitalists. He also said that he had always defended the rights of people throughout the country and the best economic conditions, adding that the new tax system had caused anguish to the population. At the end of his speech, he asked the people of Punjab to join the martyred party to end the elected government of Imran Khan. Previously, Bilawal received a warm welcome from party workers led by the party workers led by party’s South Punjab president Makhdoom Ahmad Mehmood and MPs from Rahim Yar Khan district.
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