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Bilawal Alleges PTI-Led Opposition Alliance’s Plotting Against Country


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In a fiery address at a public gathering commemorating the 45th death anniversary of former Prime Minister Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto in Garhi Khuda Bakhsh, Larkana, PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari launched a scathing attack on the PTI-led opposition alliance, accusing them of plotting against the country under the guise of electoral rigging allegations.

Historical Context: Defiance and Foiled Designs

Bilawal contextualized his remarks by recalling historical resistance against anti-democratic forces, citing former President Asif Ali Zardari’s efforts in thwarting their machinations. He emphasized the inherent threats to democracy and alluded to past opposition alliances, particularly the Pakistan National Alliance (PNA) in 1977, drawing parallels to current political dynamics.

Veiled Criticism and Personal Egos

In a thinly-veiled jab at the six-party opposition coalition, Bilawal criticized certain politicians for harboring intentions reminiscent of PNA-II, warning against the dangers of playing politics at the expense of the nation’s fate and economy. Without directly naming Prime Minister Imran Khan, he accused some leaders of prioritizing personal egos over national interests.

Counteractions and Protest Movements

Bilawal’s remarks followed a recent demonstration by the PTI-led opposition alliance in Balochistan’s Pishin district, denouncing alleged electoral malpractice in the February 8 general elections. This protest movement marks a significant escalation in the ongoing political turmoil.

Calls for National Reconciliation and Constitutional Boundaries

Advocating for national reconciliation amidst the crisis, Bilawal stressed the imperative of constructive politics within constitutional parameters, cautioning against the erosion of democracy and its adverse impact on the populace. He underscored the collective responsibility of politicians to navigate the country through turbulent times.

Zardari’s Economic Pledges

Meanwhile, PPP co-chairman and former President Asif Ali Zardari echoed Bilawal’s sentiments, pledging the party’s support for economic stability and prosperity. He highlighted Pakistan’s abundant natural resources as potential avenues for economic recovery and paid homage to the Bhutto family’s legacy of self-sacrifice for the nation.

Gratitude and Forward-looking Vision

Expressing gratitude to the electorate for their support in the general elections, Zardari reaffirmed the PPP’s commitment to serving the nation’s best interests, signaling a forward-looking vision amid the prevailing political uncertainty.


Hassan Naqvi
Hassan Naqvi
Hassan Naqvi is an award winning digital, print and broadcast investigative journalist who is the co-founder of The Scoop and also host his web shows "The Scoop With Hassan Naqvi" and "The Hassan Naqvi Show."


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