Infostani Sources- Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari stated that the party is participating in elections with the sole purpose of serving the people. In contrast, he pointed out that some opponents are running for office either to evade jail or to steer clear of imprisonment. Speaking at a workers’ convention in Kohat, he emphasized that despite security concerns and the pre-determined selection of the Chief Minister of KP elsewhere, the party is undeterred. He asserted that Jayalas, party workers who fear no dangers. Are committed to fulfilling the mission of the late Shaheed Ms. Benazir Bhutto.
Bilawal emphasized that addressing the country’s crises requires embracing the ideology of People’s Leader Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and his manifesto. The People’s Party, he said, opposes poverty, unemployment, and inflation, advocating for the rights of farmers, workers, students, and the less privileged. Bilawal expressed the party’s stance against traditional divisive politics. Emphasizing their commitment to the Constitution, the Eighteenth Amendment, and the NFC Award.
Bilawal Bhutto Calls for Justice Reform and Human Rights Focus
Referring to a historical case, he mentioned that twelve years ago. President Zardari sent a reference to the Supreme Court to reconsider the verdict of the judicial killing of martyr Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Bilawal expressed hope that Justice Qazi Faiz Isa would rectify the constitutional and legal errors in this case. Shedding light on the facilitators of the murder. Including figures like General Zia, Hizb, lawyers, and politicians, whom he deemed criminals. He emphasized that we must serve justice not only at the legal level but also by understanding the historical context. Giving hope to the people of Pakistan that the country can achieve justice.
Additionally, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, in a message issued on International Human Rights Day. Emphasized the Pakistan People’s Party’s commitment to protecting and promoting human rights. The upcoming general election manifesto reflects these priorities.