KARACHI - PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari Monday hailed the resignation of President Musharraf, saying the next president would be from PPP. "After the martyrdom of my mother I said that democracy was the best revenge - and today it has proved true," said 19-year-old Bilawal. "Someone from the PPP would be the next president of Pakistan but I don't know who that would be," he told mediamen at Jinnah International Airport after flying in from Dubai. "I am sure that we can resolve all the issues of the country. PPP wants to have an independent judiciary and I am sure that we will move forward on this issue," he added. Reports have said that PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari is in the running to replace Musharraf, although he would be a divisive choice. Later, Bilawal left for Larkana to pay homage to his mother.