Bilawal demands immediate and transparent elections

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Bilawal demands immediate and transparent elections

KASHMORE Aug 31,2021 – Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has demanded immediate and transparent elections in the country and said that after seeing the performance of Imran Khan and the previous government, the people of Pakistan now want young leadership in the country. You will see very soon, people will start joining the PPP in large numbers.

Addressing a press conference at Mazari House in Kashmore, the PPP chairman said In response to a question, the PPP chairman said, “I have always tried to be among the people instead of living in a closed room, and in this regard, they also visit different areas, so that the situation there Be able to review for yourself. He said that Pakistan Peoples Party is a political party, its politics does not seem to break, and it is constantly preparing for elections. Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari stressed that we demand that fair and transparent elections be held in the country as soon as possible.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that without resignations from the assemblies, the opposition alliance will not form a long march of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), however, I pray for PDM.

The PPP chairman said that the PDM had earlier announced the long march. At the same time, it was said that a long march could not take place without resignations.  

The PPP chairman said that he hoped that the PDM members would resign first and then go for a long march, while praying for the PDM. He said that if the opposition is serious then first bring no-confidence against Usman Bazdar and then against Imran Khan.

Chairman PPP said that the government is not serious in solving the problems of the people, this is the first and last government of PTI. Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has rejected the proposed bill of Pakistan Media Development Authority (PMDA) by the federal government. He said that a committee of government employees to head the entire country’s media was absolutely unacceptable.

“We will stand firmly with the journalist community in their struggle against the passage of the proposed bill of Pakistan Media Development Authority,” said Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. “Pakistan Peoples Party will participate in the protest by journalists against the black law of PMDA.” The PPP chairman said that the government wanted to impose restrictions on the media to hide its incompetence and corruption.