ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari claimed that Pakistan will have a new Prime Minister by next year, and the PPP will form a public government.
In a speech to the media after the core committee meeting, Bilavar said that PPP fulfilled all obligations to Maulana Fazlur Rehman. He said, “We attended the Azadi March meeting and delivered a speech,” and added that the PPP public campaign will remain the same.
The PPP chairman said that this year PPP will hold “Youm-e-Tasees” in Kashmir and announce the future course of action there.
The successor to the Bhutto dynasty claimed that the country’s economic situation was not going in the right direction. He went on to say that those who claim that Pakistan’s economic situation is good should study the suffering of the unemployed.
Bilawal Bhutto said that PPP wants democracy. He continues to claim that our foreign policy is going through a historic crisis. He added: “The inflation burden should reduce the burden on the poor while the strong country should be exacerbated, but inflation in this country is influenced by inflation.
“Pakistani people bear the burden of government incompetence.
He insisted: “Since the unqualified government took office, the economic situation has gone from bad to bad.”