Bilawal Bhutto calls for end to politics of hatred in run-up to polls

Chiniot: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari stressed the need for ending the politics of hatred and division.

Addressing an election rally in Chiniot, Bilawal said the politics of hated would be beneficial only for the enemies of the country.

He also highlighted that the country has been passing through the economic crisis for many years which has affected the society as a whole.

Talking about the culture of political vengeance, the PPP leader called for ending tradition of political victimisation while mentioning the example of former PM Benazir Bhutto who, he said, never sought revenge on her political rivals.

Talking about the PML-N, he said the first two stints in power of Nawaz Sharif was not less than dictatorship while mentioning that the PPP has never done the politics of revenge.

He also said to his supporters that “he will not like if they speak ill of his political opponents as the competition should be based on manifestos and performances rather than unnecessary criticism.”

He said that instead of the politics of hate, division and backbiting, the PPP has always believe on the politics of ideology while urging his supporters to go door to door and explain the manifesto and economic agenda of the PPP.

He said he would develope hospitals for free treatment in every district if voted into power besides highlighting that the PML-N supremo has not developed any free treatment centre in Punjab.