MANDI BAHAUDDIN: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto on Wednesday expressed concern over partipication of banned outfits in the July 25 elections.
Addressing an election campaign rally, the PPP leader slammed politics of hatred and stressed the need to conform to politics that is based on vision and has an ideology.
“We have to put an end to politics that revolves around hate and foul language….. and for that we need the vote and support of our people. We need people power,” he said.
Condemning the banned outfits, he said, “The participation of banned outfits in elections is akin to defaming and degrading democarcy and democratic principles,” he added.
Bilawal said if elected he would work for empowerment and emancipation of women. He also promised interest-free loans to women from poor backgrounds and foodstores run by females.
The PPP leader said his ambitions were not just about becoming prime minister, but bringing back the policies that were dear to his mother and grandfather.
“We have to keep BB and Bhutto Shaheed’s promise. We have to save Pakistan. There is no greater sense of fulfillment in a son’s life than to feel like he is continuing with his mother’s incomplete missions,” he said.