Bilawal vows to fight against Raiwand ‘dictatorship’

November 30, 2016
Samaa Web Desk


LAHORE: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that his party would fight against what he described as Raiwand dictatorship if the federal government failed to accept his four demands.

“Panama scandal is the biggest case of corruption of world.  Mian sahab, don't compel us to come out, If we come out then whole Pakistan will come out,” he said while addressing a gathering held in connection with the PPP Foundation Day.

“We together will raze the dictatorship of 'Takht-e-Lahore' to dust. We will use democratic methods like Benazir Bhutto used,” he said.

The PPP chairman noted that when there were slogans of 'Down To' everywhere; Asif Ali Zardari stepped forward and raised slogans of 'Long Live Pakistan'.

He said that Bibi's son had said that democracy was the best revenge when the whole Pakistan was burning.

He said that PPP would win the elections in 2018 with the support of masses and won’t let the PML-N rig the polls. - SAMAA
Published in Pakistan

Story first published: 30th November 2016


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