Bilawal vows to change destiny of Karachi after winning elections
KARACHI (92 News) - PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto has said that they will change the destiny of Karachi after winning the general elections.
Addressing an election rally in Kemari on Monday, he said that there will be a volley of the election symbol of 'arrow' in Karachi on February 8.
"If the people elected the representative of another party, he will not be able to do work in the constituency. All other parties are doing the politics of hate and division. Anyone from another party will create a hurdle in progress," he added.
Earlier in an interview with the Voice of America, Bilawal Bhutto said that the PPP will not forge an alliance with the PML-N. "The PML-N is pressurizing the administration to create a chaos during the elections. We hope that the care government will not take any such step," he added.
He said that politicians will have to take the first step to reduce the role of the establishment in politics. "The PPP wants political stability. We will take the country ahead," he declared.