Bilawal Bhutto vows to bury hate politics after victory on Feb 8
DERA ISMAIL KHAN (92 News) - PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto has vowed to bury the politics of hatred after winning the general elections on February 8.
Addressing a big public gathering on Tuesday, he said that no one was concerned about the country whether they are Raiwind people or someone else.
"The country is in danger, but the old politicians are treading the path of revenge. The 'lion' will be hunted by the volley of 'arrows' on February 8," he added.
The PPP chairman said that he would give money to the people after abolishing 17 ministries. "An agricultural revolution will be brought in the country. The PPP will not leave the people alone," he maintained.
He said that terrorism was re-surging in the country. "We will reduce the problems of the labourer. We will end inflation and poverty after the victory," he added.