PESHAWAR: Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is scheduled to address a public gathering in Peshawar.
He is actively continuing the party’s campaign to rally its workers and supporters. The Peshawar agenda includes the chairman addressing a workers convention, alongside former foreign minister Bilawal Zardari at 2:30 pm, with the presence of PPP’s central and provincial leadership.
Bilawal’s recent discourse revolves around finding solutions to prevailing issues by departing from outdated political norms. During a workers convention in Mardan, he emphasized that the resolution to challenges like inflation and unemployment lies in his party’s triumph in the upcoming elections. He underscored the PPP’s historical commitment to serving the people, highlighting the sacrifices of leaders such as Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto.
Pledging to tackle economic hurdles collectively, Bilawal invoked Benazir Bhutto’s 30-year political struggle against two dictators. Expressing dissatisfaction with seven decades of conventional politics, he called for a fresh approach, advocating unity and a departure from obsolete political practices.
In seeking support, Bilawal Bhutto emphasized the party’s dedication to combating inflation, unemployment, and poverty, relying on the strength of the people to bring about change.