Feb 8 sun will rise with PPP’s victory, say Zardari and Bilawal
By News Desk
November 6, 2023 12:56 PM
The PPP chairman and co-chairman have extended congratulations to the party candidates who won the local body by-elections in different cities of Sindh, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
In a post uploaded on X platform on Monday, PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari expressed his gratitude to the people for party’s victory in the LB by-elections in Karachi and other parts of the province.
The heart of Sindh also raised the slogan of Jeay Bhutto, Zardari said, adding the success of Murtaza Wahab and Salman Abdullah Murad is a special message for PPP’s rivals in Karachi.
Asif Zardari paid rich tributes to party workers for victory in by-elections, saying “Every PPP worker should start the election campaign by becoming the ambassador of Ms Benazir Bhutto Shaheed.”
Zardari said the sun of February 8 will rise with the message of Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's victory. “There are few days left and PPP will end people's problems,” he added.
In his tweet, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also extended congratulations to the successful candidates in the LB by-elections, showering praise on Karachi Mayor and Deputy Mayor Murtaza Wahab and Salman Abdullah Murad, and Deputy Mayor Sukkur Arshad Mughal on their success in the elections.
Bilawal said the entire Sindh including Karachi has once again defeated the politics of hatred and divisions. The people have made their decision, now, God willing, the victory of Pakistan People's Party is written on the wall on February 8, Bilawal added.
The Pakistan Peoples Party has emerged as a majority party in local bodies’ by-elections in Sindh. According to unofficial results, PPP has secured six out of ten seats in five districts of Karachi division including all the three seats of Union Committee Chairmen in South, Kemari and Malir districts.
Karachi Mayor Barrister Murtaza Wahab and Deputy Mayor Salman Abdullah Murad are among the winners who won a Union Committee Chairman seat each in Saddar and Gadap towns to meet legal requirements for retaining their respective offices.