PPP chooses an independent route as Bilawal declares separation from previous partners

PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari announced on Wednesday that the party has opted to sever ties with its coalition partners due to their lack of interest in addressing crucial issues such as inflation and terrorism.

During the significant event commemorating the 16th death anniversary of Benazir Bhutto at Garhi Khuda Bakhsh, Bilawal expressed that PPP has decided to independently contest the upcoming elections, symbolized by the distinctive “Arrow” mark.

Reiterating the party’s commitment to a revolutionary manifesto, Bilawal emphasized PPP’s perception of elections as a competition and its readiness to engage in the democratic process.

The PPP chairman stressed the necessity for a government dedicated to resolving common people’s issues, stating the party’s readiness to shoulder that responsibility.

16 Years Since Benazir Bhutto’s Tragic Demise

Reflecting on the 16th anniversary of Benazir Bhutto’s assassination, Bilawal Bhutto highlighted PPP’s resilience against forces aiming to stifle the voices of farmers, laborers, and youth by martyring their leader.

He underscored PPP’s commitment to the visions of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto ‘Shaheed’ through initiatives like the 18th constitutional amendment and the allocation of NFC awards to provinces.

Bilawal Bhutto emphasized PPP’s dedication to democracy, echoing the slogan “democracy is the best revenge.”

He reminded the audience of the party’s role in ousting a dictator and expressed confidence in PPP’s capability

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