Karachi, November 8: Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, confidently declared that his party will secure victory in the upcoming elections on February 8, regardless of the challenges faced in the electoral process. He projected that both the positions of chief minister and prime minister will be held by members of his party, the Jiyalas.
According to a press release from the Media Cell Bilawal House, during his visit to the Baloch Mujahid Football Stadium in the Ibrahim Haidari area of Karachi, Chairman Zardari expressed his firm belief in the PPP’s potential for success in the elections. He emphasized the PPP’s commitment to providing employment for the youth and addressing the current issues of inflation, poverty, and unemployment in the country. The PPP’s agenda, encapsulated in the slogan ‘Roti, Kapra Aur Makan’ (Bread, Clothing, and Shelter), aims to transform Pakistan’s destiny. Zardari highlighted the PPP’s historic demand for fair and transparent elections, a legacy of Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto.
Chairman Zardari responded to various media inquiries, discussing the party’s strategy to politically outmaneuver opponents in the upcoming elections. He noted the significance of the Chief Justice of Pakistan Qazi Faiz Isa’s statement confirming the election date. Regarding potential alliances, Zardari remarked on the complexity of aligning with the PML-N due to their shifting narrative and predicted that the PML-N and MQM alliance could be detrimental to both parties.
The PPP is currently finalizing its candidate list for the elections, with the announcement of ticket holders to follow the Election Commission of Pakistan’s completion of the delimitation process. Zardari also announced plans for the development of sports fields and vocational training centers across every district, as part of the PPP’s vision for the youth of Pakistan.
Present at the event were former Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah, Karachi Mayor Murtaza Wahab, Deputy Mayor Salman Abdullah Murad, Chairman of Ibrahim Hydari Town Nazir Bhutto, and other prominent leaders.
Source: Pakistan People’s Party