Bilawal suggests long march towards Aabpara Chowk

Says national dialogue only after government steps down

By: News Desk      Published: 04:48 PM, 3 Jan, 2021
Bilawal suggests long march towards Aabpara Chowk

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Sunday said that national dialogue can only be held after the incumbent anti-people government steps down, reported 24NewsHD TV channel. 

Talking to the media men at Shirazi House in Thatta, the PPP chairman also suggested a long march towards Aabpara Chowk

It is pertinent to note that Aabpara Chowk is situated near a commercial zone named Aabpara Market located at the southwest of Sector G-6, Islamabad, along Khayaban-e-Suharwardy. 

Bilawal alleged that the incumbent government only provided amnesty packages and relief to rich people and for the people in the stock exchange.

Responding to a question, Bilawal said “All decisions will be made from the PDM platform. Also, PPP accepted all decisions of the PDM.”

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The PPP chairman said incompetent rulers are imposed on the nation and termed the victory of Pakistan People’s Party PPP a victory of 11-party opposition alliance.

He alleged that federal ministers are spreading propaganda against the PDM. He advised the government to focus on its work instead of criticizing the PDM. 

 “We will defeat them in the elections and in protests also,” Bilawal said and added “The government should control inflation or go home.”

Bilawal said PPP trusts the people and his party does politics with the power of the people.

The PPP chairman expressed his grief on the massacre of 11 coalminers in Balochistan’s Machh area. 

Bilawal also offered condolences to Shirazi brothers on the demise of former provincial adviser Syed Ijaz Ali Shah Shirazi. He expressed condolences to Syed Ijaz Ali Shah's brother Syed Shafqat Shah Shirazi and to the sons of late Ejaz Ali Shah, Syed Fayyaz Shah Shirazi, Syed Ayaz Shah Shah Shirazi and Syed Riaz Shah Shirazi.