KARACHI ( DNA): Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Patron-in Chief Bilawal Bhutto Zardari announced that he will be contesting the 208 general elections from his mother’s home constituency NA-207 Ratto Dero. Bilawal emphasised that there was no question of Sindh being divided.
Speaking to reporters, on the occasion of handling over of fifty trucks of relief goods for flood affectees of Punjab here on Monday, Bilawal said that at a time when the country was dealing with devastation of floods, the sit-ins were a matter of ego. Bilawal added that the politics of sit-ins was frivolous.
The PPP Patron-in-Chief also termed the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Punjab statement of stopping attacks on Pakistan as positive. Bilawal said the TTP Punjab’s announcement did not mean that there should be no action on the acts of violence which took place in the past.
Pakistan Peoples party (PPP) Chairman said that the recent Punjabi Taliban statement is ‘positive,’ however, he added that the country would not allow to use its soil for terrorism in any other country.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari added that Ali Haider Gilani was still in the custody of the Taliban and he should be released. Bilawal further said that no one could be allowed to carry out terrorist activity.
He added that there had been development work in Punjab for the last 60 years and it was not fair to compare Punjab with Sindh.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that his party was defeated in the last general elections through rigging.He said there is a huge number of PPP workers and supporters in Malir, but new delimitation of two constituencies was carried out during the polls.
The PPP chairman said that the party would make effort to ensure that no votes would be robbed in the future.
Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah, Faryal Talpur, Owais Muzaffar, Manzoor Wattoo, Sherry Rehman and Sharjeel Memon were also present on the occasion.
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