While expecting general elections in 2017, Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has expressed his doubt over the ability of PML-N to complete tenure.
He was talking to media at the Bilawal House Bahria Town on Wednesday.
He further claimed that the PPP would constitute government at the provincial as well as federal level. “PPP was the only party able to bring change in the country,” he added. He also vowed to hold every leader accountable through democratic framework.
Bilawal said that PPP’s strategy against the premier was working efficiently and that the party attempted to bridge gaps among all political parties for the sake of democracy.
He claimed to form alliance with all opposition parties to work for the progress of the country and to protect democracy. Bilawal said he was not “threatening like Imran Khan”, and vowed that his party would go ahead with its plan of protest on December 27 if PPP’s four demands were not met.
He hoped that PPP would emerge victorious in the next elections. The PPP chairman said he believed that masses were not being provided justice. “I am not a common politician. I am son of the martyred,” he added. He underlined that he won’t disclose his political strategy.
He stressed upon the government to accept his four demands and threatened to enforce his protest plan in case government didn’t respond.