LARKANA (Sindh, Pakistan): Pakistani Foreign Minister and Chairman of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Sunday night emphasized national unity and said it was everyone’s responsibility to help Pakistan out of the political and economic quagmire it was in.
Speaking at Eid party at Bhutto House in Naudero town in the Sindh province’s Larkana city, Bilawal said he was happy to be with his supporters throughout the fasting month of Ramzan and now at Eid as well.
He said he would implore his electorate both present there and in his entire constituency for simultaneous elections in all provinces because the PPP was ready for the 2023 election campaign and the party workers “would enjoy it”.
He said the Supreme Court seemed to be divided and the in-fighting between the institutions would ultimately have a negative impact on Pakistani citizens. He said that both the Supreme Court and the Parliament were at logger heads and unwilling to accept each other’s decisions.
The PPP chairman said his party was trying to persuade its allies to negotiate with their adversaries and keep the national interest supreme. He said Pakistan was still reeling from last year’s flood and the effect of global recession on its economy, so it would be nothing short of a conspiracy trying to conduct early election in Punjab and that wouldn’t bode well for other federating units.
Bilawal said the PPP stood with the Constitution, the state, the people and provincial rights.
Done with his speech Bilawal Bhutto and President PPP (Women Wing) Pakistan Aseefa Bhutto Zardari were presented with traditional gifts of Sindhi Ajraks at the Eid gathering, also attended by MPA Ms. Faryal Talpur, President PPP Sindh Senator Nisar Ahmed Khuhro, Federal Minister Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah, Senator Jam Mehtab Dahar, MNA Khursheed Ahmed Junejo, MPA Suhail Ahmed Siyal, MNA Naseebaan Channa, Aijaz Leghari, Ghulam Mustafa Leghari, MPAs, MNAs, prominent citizens of the area, Party leaders and workers. ‑‑APP