MUZAFFARGARH : Pakistan Peoples Party Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari remarked on Sunday that his party has always worked to solve problems of South Punjab.
While addressing a party rally in Muzaffargarh, Bilawal said that there are some puppets who have remembered the province of South Punjab. “We have put forward the case of the South Punjab,” he remembered.
“Sindh gave loans to women,” he said, adding that farmers were also given free land.
We even installed 2,000 reverse osmosis to provide sweet water to people, he added.
“Do you people want metro buses or substandard education,” Bilawal asked the people.
There are just two weeks left for the elections and the party which plans on changing Pakistan doesn’t even have a manifesto, Bilawal remarked while taking a jibe at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf.
Earlier upon reaching Muzaffargarh, PPP scion had visited the mausoleum of Nawabzada Nasrullah Khan.
‘Have no desire for power’
On Saturday, Bilawal claimed that he does not have any desire for power but wants to provide rights to the poor.
Addressing a rally in Uch Sharif, Bilawal said he is not competing with any individual or political organisation but rather with poverty, injustice and societal injustice.
He also announced to distribute food cards among the poor.
Responding to criticism by political opponents, Bilawal said the PPP created a number of jobs and was still being criticised for not constructing a metro project.