Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari announced on Saturday that a long march will be held after the Senate elections.
Addressing a public rally in Kohat, he asked his supporters to prepare for the long march. He said that all democratic workers across the country will march against the government.
He added that the puppet prime minister will be sent home. He further said that PPP restored the 1973 constitution through the 18th amendment but selected rulers want to take back provincial autonomy and rights of people.
Apart from that, Bilawal said thathis party laid the foundation of CPEC for the development of backward areas; however, the incumbent government is trying to end the project by slowing down the pace of development.
Above all, he said that people were provided employment opportunities during his tenure. “Pension of senior citizens was increased by 100 percent, salaries of government workers increased by 150%.” But, he said that the PTI government, which came into power through rigging, created an economic crisis in the country and increased inflation in the country.