NAWABSHAH: Pakistan Peoples party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Wednesday has advised Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) to refrain from boycotting upcoming general elections 2018.
Talking to media in Nawabshah, Bilawal said that the nation doesn’t want a ‘puppet government’ and that propaganda against PPP has been rejected across the country.
Responding to a question, Bilawal said that ‘Khalai Makhlooq’ (aliens) is just an Urdu language word.
Earlier, the PPP chairman hinted at forming coalition government. He said that candidates are being forced into defecting PPP. Sharif family spent huge national money in Raiwind, he added.
Bilawal said Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA)-Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) is a puppet alliance. Threats are being hurled at PPP candidates, he informed.
He also taunted that one [read Imran Khan] is erecting Taj Mahal [monument] or turncoats whereas other [read Nawaz Sharif] has equated democracy with family dynasty.
On engineered changes, Bilawal made it overtly clear that if institutions will play political role then PPP would not accept such democracy.
PPP would not compromise on democracy, asserted the junior Bhutto.