Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday (Nov 30) while addressing a political gathering in Sukkur with regard to 51st Foundation Day of his party, he said dictators used religion for politics in the past, adding that religion should not be dragged into politics.
“The fire in which the entire country is burning today was ignited by the dictators,” the PPP chairman said, stressing need to return to Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto’s philosophy. He said Islam is a religion of peace and tolerance, but this great religion was defamed on the pretext of terrorism.
While criticizing the Prime Minister Imran Khan he said “What would have the heirs of martyrs felt when the prime minister said this is not our war,” he asked, adding, “Khan sahib whether you admit or not, this is our war.” ‘Leader stands by his commitment with people’ Bilawal said the ones aspiring to become leaders should also learn from the PPP workers, adding, “A leader fights for his people.” During his address, he also slammed the rulers for taking U-turns on their promises made with the people. ‘A favourite was handed over whole country’ “This is a unique blue-eyed boy who asked for a moon to play, but was handed over the whole country,” he said. “The fate of this favourite will not be different from the previous one.”
The PPP was launched at a convention in Lahore on November 30, 1967 commitment to further promote and safeguard the party’s ideology. At the same meeting, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was elected as its chairman.
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21 August, 2019