ISLAMABAD: Co-chairperson Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Asif Ali Zardari said on Tuesday that his party will not make efforts in future to save the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN).
Addressing a gathering on the eve of PPP’s golden jubilee celebration, Zardari said that whatever will unfold in the future will be on the basis of public’s vote.
The PPP co-chair disclosed that on every PPP foundation day he remembers late Benazir Bhutto, who would have been proud to see her son Bilawal Bhutto today.
“I present to you Bilawal,” he said, adding “I believe, you people would be loyal to my children the way you were to Benazir and me”.
He said that during the five-year rule of the PPP, the government fulfilled Benazir’s vision.
Chairperson Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari while addressing party workers vowed that his party would restore the state’s writ, adding that the way it was compromised in the recent events seemed alarming.
He said that it is the third generation of the PPP which is carrying on the legacy for the sake of democracy.
“I congratulate those who have laid the basis of the PPP and stood against the dictatorship,” said Bilawal.
Bilawal said that it was his party and late Zulfikar Ali Bhutto who laid the foundation of democracy in Pakistan and revolted against dictatorship. Under the umbrella of dictatorship, the so-called economic progress led to ethnic divides.
“Benazir raised her voice against terrorists,” said Bilawal, adding that the late prime minister always stood against martial law and ended Martial Law Regulation.