Addressing a rally in Uch Sharif on Saturday, he said that following the martyrdom of former prime minister Benazir Bhutto, his father and party co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari ran the country in difficult circumstances.
The PPP chairman said that his party has manifesto of elimination of poverty and provision of employment to jobless youth. “I have been working to fulfill dream of my mother Shaheed Benazir Bhutto who wanted to see elimination of poverty and a prosperous Pakistan,” he said.
“Asif Ali Zardari has eliminated poverty with the Benazir Income Support Program (BISP),” he said and added if elected the PPP will bring prosperity in the country.
Bilawal went on to say that the PPP is a pro-farmer party that has resolved to provide all required facilities to peasants. “PPP has planned to register all farmers of the country and provide them with interest-free agricultural loans and subsidy on fertilizers,” he said.
He added that peasants could play vital role in the economy.
He said that after coming in power, PPP would issue Benazir Kisan Card and Health Card for providing required facilities to farmers and common people, respectively. He said that PPP would take special measures for resolution of major issues of the country including Kashmir dispute issue.
The PPP chairman further claimed that his party would make clean sweep in general election 2018 and vowed that PPP would fulfill promise of making of southern Punjab province.
Bilawal said: “He was not fighting against any specific person or political party but against poverty, hunger, unemployment and financial injustice.”
“My fight is against poverty, hunger, unemployment and financial injustice,” he said and added he wanted establishment of a society where every person has right to access to all required facilities.
“After covering a long distance, I reached Uch Sharif that remembered welcomes to my mother Shaheed Benazir Bhutto as I was accorded warm welcome by people of Uch Sharif,” he said.
“PPP wants end of exploitation of rights of common people,” he said. He said that PPP made 14 new universities, installed water filter plants and provided interest-free loans to people, especially women.