Bilawal hints at joining Azadi March dharna


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Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, on Sunday, hinted towards his party joining the Azadi March dharna. The PPP chairman said that as announced before, his party was never a part of any sit-in protest. “However, if the PPP’s core committee decides that we must participate in the dharna, we can think on it,” he said.
Bilawal clarified Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s statement by saying that the JUI-F chief did not threaten the prime minister by arresting him. “He simply meant that the emotions of the people were such that they wanted to arrest the prime minister,” he said.
The PPP chairman paid a visit to those who had gotten injured in the Tezgam train incident and inquired after their health. He called on Sheikh Rashid to resign from the railways ministry. Meanwhile, Bilawal will reach Multan from Bahawalpur on November 5. He would stay at Bilawal House and address public meetings across the south Punjab.
He will address Multan High Court bar on November 6 followed by a meeting with political leaders at Bilawal House on November 7.
The spokesman of PPP said that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will go to Muzaffargarh on November 8 and will address the gathering there after Friday prayers.

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