MULTAN: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Sunday asserted that both Pakistan Muslims League Nawaz (PMLN) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) are following anti-masses policies.
He was addressing party’s stalwarts in Multan and stated that right-wing politics was being practiced in Pakistan.
While terming both parties two sides of the same coin, Bilawal said one party (PTI) wanted to make Imran Khan primer minister while other (PMLN) wanted to make Nawaz Sharif.
Keeping verbal onslaught up, Bilawal accused ruling PMLN of annihilating agricultural, industrial and textile sectors. He said, “Pakistan Steel Mills (PSM) and Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) were once top organizations of the country but they (ruling PMLN) are going to sell them”.
Bilawal urged party workers to let people of Punjab know about the development in Sindh so that PPP may sweep general polls 2018 from Punjab.