Won’t arrest political opponents, claims Bilawal Bhutto

Gujarat: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari asserted on Thursday that he will not arrest the political opponents if voted into power.

Addressing the public gathering in Gujrat, the former foreign minister said, ‘’Lets vote for the PPP to see the collective efforts in a bid to uplift the country. If we come up with a sincere attitude, then the world will also be ready to join hands with us.’’

He recounted that he had worked as the foreign minister for the 16-month tenure. ‘’I will confront the challenges posed by poverty, unemployment, and inflation’’.

‘’I am keeping the target to release those political leaders who have been detained,’’ he said.

Bhutto-Zardari lamented that former president Asif Ali Zardari had to face jail for 10 years.

He suggested the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) workers should use their right to vote in an ‘’organised strategy.’’

Bhutto-Zardari urged the masses to vote for his party to see the promises fulfilled.

Asserting to establish free health institutions in every district of Punjab, Bhutto-Zardari said, ‘’If the masses will give us the opportunity, we will also develop the hospital in Raiwind.’’