Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari expressed on Saturday that he had several marriage proposals and will marry with his sisters’ consent.
Local TV channels quoted Bilawal as saying: “There are a lot of offers; however for the woman who marries me making both my sisters’ understand are going to be an extremely difficult task. I know my sisters’ are beautiful girls but it will be difficult for a woman to convince them. But the woman who is successful in doing this, then it is her and my destiny to be together.”
He added that he will marry a girl of his sisters’ choice, “And the girl who my sisters choose will be lucky.”
Bilawal was addressing the media in Obaro, Sindh, where he further said that any girl who wishes to marry him will face difficulties.
The PPP chairman also told journalists that he was learning Sindhi and also wanted to learn other languages. “Besides Urdu and Sindhi, I will also learn Seraiki and other regional languages of my country,” Bilawal said.
According to Bilawal, maintaining law and order was the joint responsibility of the provincial and federal governments. The PPP chairman further said his protests would be like that of his mother and grandfather, not like Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan.
The PPP chairman had warned the government on Friday of failed judicial commission and the state of affairs if Leader of the Opposition in Senate, Aitzaz Ahsan’s bill over Panama Leaks was not accepted.
Federal Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique speaking to media on Saturday at Karachi Press Club said that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will lose his credibility if he behaves like Imran Khan.
Last week, Bilawal broke down in tears as he spoke about his late mother Benazir Bhutto during a visit to inquire after injured victims of the last month’s attack on police training centre in Quetta. -Business Recorder