We will come out for Islamabad on 27th February & will oust the incumbent govt: Bilawal
HYDERABAD ( Web News )
Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the agriculture sector has been destroyed and fertilizers have been snatched and they would not tolerate financial assassination of farmers. The Chairman PPP said we have decided that if we will have to save economy then we will have to oust Imran Niazi from government. Bilawal Bhutto added that we will come out for Islamabad on 27th February and will oust the incumbent government.
While addressing the Tractor-March in Hyderabad, Bilawal Bhutto noted that inflation, unemployment and poverty had reached their zenith where farmers were compelled to sleep with empty stomachs and that the facilitators of the government were determined to cause harm to Sindh. He appealed the masses to accompany him for sure removal of the current rulers.
The PPP chairman emphasized that they would eliminate domination of puppets and that problems of masses could only be eliminated if an ordinary person was given right of governance; otherwise the government would foment further venom of destruction. Bilawal Bhutto said he was representative of every citizen and not allowing injustice with anyone.
Bilawal Bhutto begged the masses to stand with him to thwart any conspiracy against them. He emphasized that those who were afraid of defeat were calling local body system as draconian law and that their local body system would ensure economic sovereignty for the first time. He noted that the representatives of local bodies would collect their own taxes and we collect huge property tax from those having big houses. Bilwal Bhutto said he needs jiyala mayor from Hyderabad, adding that joining hands with he will resolve the problems of people. He said that promotion of education always remained the priority of PPP, adding that the budget share of education should have to be increased. He said that after succeeding in next elections, PPP will make sizeable increase in the educational budget. He said that the next government of PPP will allocate 3% of GDP in form of educational budget.