Zardari on mission to attract electables.
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan People’s Party is keeping its doors open for the new entrants to strengthen position in Punjab where the party has performed badly in the last two general elections.
PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari is on a mission to attract electables across the country, especially in Punjab. He has extended his stay in Lahore and also announced a public gathering. The rally is scheduled to be held on the birth anniversary of the PPP’s slain former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto on June 21 in Lahore.
PPP Secretary General Syed Nayyar Hussain Bukhari said that the PPP was a party of the people and will bring the real change.
“Former prime minister Imran Khan was raised on crutches. It is time to punish the people who violated the Constitution and damaged the country’s reputation on May 9,” he said.
He claimed Imran Khan had become a bygone story and will find a place in the dustbin of history. Bukhari said Imran Khan should not forget that even repentance at the time of conflict is not accepted. “The nation is right to ask that there is no Pakistani blood in the veins of the person who instigated the desecration of the monuments of national heroes,” he added.
Bukhari said the crime of inciting the citizens against the national security agencies was the mission of Indian PM Narendra Modi. “The PPP is very dear to the protection of Pakistan. Democratic politics within the framework of the Constitution is the guarantee of a safe country and a stable state. This is why people are joining the PPP in large numbers,” he maintained.