Bilawal Bhutto criticises Nawaz Sharif’s ‘respect the vote’ slogan | Pakistan
RAWALPINDI: Chairman of the People's Party of Pakistan Bilawal Bhutto Zardari interrogated on Sunday the slogan of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif "respect the vote."
Nawaz, who was disqualified as prime minister and head of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz by the Supreme Court on occasion, raised the slogan of respect for the vote.
Addresses of party supporters in Kotli Sattian, chairman of the PPS recalled the relationship between the technical branch and the party.
"Nawaz believes that democracy is associated with him only," he said, calling the "opening batsmen" of the former prime minister the general general (retd) Ziaoul Hack.
In a clear jibe with Nawaz's daughter Maryam, Bilawal said: "Look, we stopped you."
Referring to Nawaz's recent tirade against opposition parties, Bilawal said that the leader of the PML-N, not the leader of the PPP, is the largest wounded toy whose key is now broken.
The head of the PPS also questioned Nawaz's democratic credentials, reminding him of his role in various incidents, including the opposition of PPPs in the past, in particular, to the support of the Supreme ex-Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani.
about the slogan after Nawaz's disqualification of "respect for voting," Bilawal said that those who did not respect the parliament during their tenure as prime minister now look for respect for the vote.
The PPP leader also criticized the plans of the federal government for the privatization of state-owned Pakistani international airlines and steel mills in Pakistan.
"Good corrupt", "bad corrupt" politicians
Turning weapons into the Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Bilawal criticized the provincial government's plan to build a subway in Peshawar after , as he criticized such projects by the Punjab government.
Imran introduced the terms "good corrupt" and "bad corrupt" in our policy, said Bilawal, referring to the chairman of PTI.
The PPP leader stated that PTI's promises of "change", its election slogan five years ago, could not materialize and turned out to be empty promises.
Senior party leaders, including former Prime Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, former Senate chairman Nayyar Hussain Bukhari and former MNA Mehrin Raja, are also on the stage.
before Bilawal took the podium.
The PPP leader held several rallies and appealed to workers and supporters throughout the country within the framework of the Party's recently adopted party campaign.
Other political parties have also begun similar efforts to mobilize the public on the eve of the general elections expected in July.