Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari advised Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PMLN) supremo Nawaz Sharif to trust his party and not to ask for help from other institutions to make political space for PMLN in the upcoming general elections that as are scheduled to be held on February 2024.
Addressing a press conference, the PPP chairman asked Nawaz Sharif to trust his party Nawaz Sharif should not ask other institutions to make ‘room for him’.
Bilawal also asked the PMLN supremo to look only towards Lahore, in terms of the political baseline of PMLN, as PPP has been looking towards people and highlighting the pro-people and pro-people policies.
People's Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari while holding a press conference said “Everyone has the right to go to every province and do their own politics. Problems have been created for the PML-N in Lahore today. Do, try to solve the problems that are there.”
Bilawal Bhutto clarified that PPP has no dispute with any institution and looking towards the people.
“This is a misunderstanding, I have a misunderstanding with somebody,” Bilawal said.
PPP chairman said he has been doing his politics as political fever in the country has reached such an extent that people are not ready to talk to each other.
“Pakistan People's Party can bring everyone on board,” he added.
Bilawal Bhutto further said that the federal and provincial governments and institutions were also with them, but the PML-N still kept running away from the bye-elections.
Bilawal Bhutto, addressing the pressing economic challenges facing the nation, expressed deep concern over the prevailing economic crisis, citing issues such as inflation, poverty, and unemployment.
He highlighted the alarming circumstances that have reportedly led some individuals to tragic outcomes, including suicides, due to the inability to meet basic needs, particularly for their children.
Bilawal Bhutto underscored the significant gap between the realities on the ground and the awareness of those in Islamabad, emphasizing the need for elected representatives to have a genuine understanding of the challenges faced by the people. He pointed out that the disconnect between policymakers and the public is contributing to the lack of effective solutions to the country's economic woes.
PPP chairman advocated for a comprehensive victory of PPP representatives, stating that the party empathizes with the struggles of the underprivileged.
Bilawal expressed commitment to the PPP to introduce revolutionary projects, such as the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP), aimed at directly benefiting the impoverished segments of society.
Addressing any misconceptions, Bilawal Bhutto clarified that his political pursuits are rooted in a genuine desire to address the nation's challenges rather than engaging in divisive politics.
He expressed his commitment to constructive dialogue and disapproved of the politics of backbiting and baseless accusations, stating that it has not been his approach to political engagement.