Infostani International: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari secured support from Tehreek Nifaz Fiqah-i-Jafariya (TNFJ) during a recent visit. Bilawal stressed unity, condemned divisive politics, and discussed various issues, including a debate challenge to Nawaz Sharif. In a session at SZABIST, he criticized both Imran Khan’s and PDM’s governments for economic challenges and emphasized Pakistan’s role in addressing global climate change.
PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari Gains Support from TNFJ and Addresses Political Issues: A Recap
On Monday, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari visited the Tehreek Nifaz Fiqah-i-Jafariya (TNFJ) headquarters, where TNFJ chief Allama Agha Syed Hussain Muqaddasi declared support for PPP in the upcoming Feb 8 elections.
Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, accompanied by Syed Nayyer Hussain Bokhari, expressed his intention to rekindle the relations reminiscent of Benazir Bhutto’s era during discussions with TNFJ leadership. He emphasized the need for unity, condemning the divisive politics harming Pakistan.
Responding to queries, Bilawal clarified that PPP was not part of PDM during the coalition government formation, aiming to address the country’s challenges collaboratively. He extended a debate challenge to Nawaz Sharif, stating that tradition is international, and he accepted Shehbaz Sharif’s proposal for a debate in Sindh.
Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari Advocates PPP’s Commitment, Criticizes Government Policies, and Calls for Global Collaboration on Climate Change
Asserting the PPP’s commitment to its manifesto promises over three generations, Bilawal invited all those against divisive politics to join their cause. He criticized the interim Punjab government and ECP for alleged harassment of PPP workers, questioning the fairness of PML-N’s approach.
During a session with students at SZABIST on ‘Chuno Nayi Soch Ko,’ Bilawal blamed both Imran Khan’s and PDM’s governments for the country’s poor economy. He criticized their failure to address financial issues, highlighting the burden on the people due to decisions made by political leaders. Bilawal also stressed the global significance of Pakistan’s role in combating climate change, urging international collaboration.