PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari called for a change in Pakistan’s political system and urged the nation to give young people a chance to lead the country towards progress. He criticized the idea of electing older politicians and emphasized the need for a new, youth-led approach to politics.
Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari also stated that political parties should focus on serving the public rather than seeking favors from influential groups. He promised to increase funding for the Benazir Income Support Programme and introduce new social welfare schemes if his party wins the elections.
He expressed confidence in the PPP’s readiness for the upcoming polls and urged other parties to trust the people and not play games with the country’s democracy. Bhutto-Zardari also highlighted his party’s efforts to give the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa their rights and empower women through social welfare programs.
The PPP chairman emphasized the importance of respecting the public’s vote and stated that he only believes in his party’s politics and manifesto. He also criticized “old politics” and vowed not to accept it again.
Overall, Bhutto-Zardari’s speech focused on the need for a new, youth-centered approach to politics and the importance of serving the public for the country’s development.
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