Malakand(July 15, 2018): Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari assured on Sunday that the general election will be held on time.
Addressing a presser in Malakand he thanked party workers for an overwhelming welcome upon his arrival.
“We won’t allow delay in elections, as conspiracies are being hatched to delay elections”
He asserted that terrorists do not want elections to take place. “Free and fair elections are our right,” he said when talking about difficulties his party is facing while campaigning across the country. He alleged that local administrations are treating PPP differently than other political parties.
Bilawal also vowed to take the matter to the Election Commission of Pakistan.
He stated that a controversial Parliament will be unable to solve people’s problems, adding that “we have to focus on basic issues like gas and water”. In response to a question, he said the PPP should not be pushed against the wall, stating further that all state institutions should work within their framework.
Quoting his mother, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, Bilawal said a weak democracy is still better than a dictatorship.
Answering a question regarding the security situation of the country, he lamented that the National Action Plan has not been implemented completely.
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Addressing Media in Peshawar after scraping rallies in Peshawar and Malakand, Bilawal said that due to terrorism threats, it has become difficult for them to continue their camping.
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He blamed that his election campaign is being disrupted, despite of that he would go to visit Malakand.
The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chief said that enough actions were not taken against terrorism.“Extremism and terrorism are resurfacing and it is regrettable that a solution to these problems has not been found to date,” said the election-hopeful, contesting the upcoming polls from NA-200 Larkana.
The PPP chief complained that hindrances were being created in the party’s election campaign. “We are being stopped in different places,” he noted.
Bilawal announced that his party had cancelled a rally, to be held in Malakand in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, following the tragic incident in Balochistan.
“I have suspended my political activities. I will visit Malakand and meet with the party workers but not hold a power show,” he said.Earlier, PPP’s election campaign in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa suffered a major blow on Saturday, when the party was forced to scrap its planned rallies in Peshawar and Malakand due to the mounting security threats in the aftermath of the recent wave of terrorist attacks.