Bilawal Takes On PML-N in Lahore: Vows to Challenge Noon League in Elections

Web DeskJanuary 10, 20242213 min
Bilawal Takes On PML-N in Lahore: Vows to Challenge Noon League in Elections

In a bold pre-election statement, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has criticized his former ally, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), asserting that he won’t allow the Nawaz Sharif-led party to evade the upcoming polls.

With the general election scheduled for February 8, the PPP is actively engaged in electioneering, while the PML-N’s subdued campaign, marked by delays in ticket issuance, has raised concerns.

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Accusing the PML-N of consistently avoiding elections, Bilawal heightened the competition for the impending polls. He questioned the PML-N’s visibility in their Lahore stronghold and declared, “We won’t let Noon League run away from elections. We are on the ground, where is the PML-N?” Bilawal criticized the Nawaz-led party for not putting sufficient effort into electioneering and undermining the electoral process.

In his critique, Bilawal also took aim at the Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), which recently secured its iconic ‘bat’ electoral symbol. Bilawal questioned the PTI’s presence on the ground, echoing the party’s complaints about not having a level-playing field.

While both the PPP and the PTI have expressed concerns about a fair electoral environment, Bilawal has shifted his focus to his campaign, expressing determination to win. The PPP, traditionally dominant in Sindh, aims to secure power in the other three provinces and at the national level, with Bilawal aspiring to become the next prime minister.

Confident in the PPP’s success, Bilawal, who recently received the party’s prime ministerial nomination, pledged to change the fate of the city, province, and country. He vowed to be the nation’s “voice,” promising to work towards increasing salaries and implementing welfare schemes for laborers and those with lower incomes.

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