Bilawal Bhutto warns PML-N of fate similar to PTI in future

Naudero: In an apparent reference to the rivalry between PML-N and PTI, PPP chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Tuesday that the former will face the same circumstances that the latter is facing today.

Bilawal, while speaking to a public gathering in Naudero, said that the PPP had always exposed the ‘selected’ governance system, adding that his party also thwarted PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif’s dream of self-appointing himself as the ‘Ameer Al Momineen’ (leader of the faithful).

“No one has any sense or concern about the worsening situation of the country,” the PPP scion said, adding that terrorists were raising their heads again. “They have been invited to come and settle in Karachi,” he added.

Bilawal stated that the current political climate in Pakistan has proved detrimental for the wellbeing of the country, adding that political instability will damage the country, economy, the federation and also the entire governance system.

Earlier, addressing another public rally of the party at the Bahawalpur Hockey Stadium last week, Bilawal said that when someone is out to hunt a tiger, a bat is rendered redundant, and only the arrow works.

He added “This is the season of hunting, and the people have to prove that ‘Aaj Bhi Bhutto Zinda Hai’ (even today, Bhutto is alive), by stamping the symbol of the arrow [in the general elections] on Feb 8.”

Earlier, PPP chairman also stated that supporting PML-N was very challenging as he highlighted the PPP’s commitment to working closely with the people.