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Bilawal Bhutto urges masses to bid farewell to veteran politicians

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Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari on Sunday urged the masses to bid farewell to the veteran politicians.

Addressing the party workers in Lahore, the former foreign minister expressed his resolve to end the ”traditional politics” from the country. ”We will have to change the destiny of the country. The veteran politicians are embracing the politics based on hatred.”He asserted that the next prime minister and chief minister will be from the PPP. It will be up to the masses to pick up the premier at will. This is not written in the fate of this city [Lahore] to accept one person as the prime minister for the fourth time. Bhutto-Zardari vowed to provide all-out facilities in the health and education sectors if voted into the power. ”We will provide 300 units of power free. We will also increase the wages of the labourers,” he said. He also expressed his determination to end poverty from the country.– Bhutto-Zardari rebukes political opponents –Bhutto-Zardari rebuked the political opponents on Saturday, asserting that Lahore needs to be developed more than other parts of the country.Expressing his thoughts in Lahore, the former foreign minister said, ”I own Lahore; that is why I am contesting the elections from Lahore. Efforts were made to topple us from Punjab’s political landscape.””We have given the NFC Award so that Shehbaz Sharif can do work in Punjab. We are of the view that Lahore belongs to us, and we are ready for the elections,” Bhutto-Zardari said.He reiterated the demand for holding transparent elections. ”We are not complaining about the level playing field,” Bhutto-Zardari said.’Bhutto-Zardari said: ”If we follow our 10-point agenda, then we will address the masses’ problems. The PPP represents the entire segment of society.”He said, ”Even if the resolution is passed by the Senate, the Organisation of Islamic Corporations (OIC), and the United Nations, the elections will be held on time.”

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