KARACHI: Sindh Information Minister Syed Nasir Hussain Shah has said that, under the leadership of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, the country will soon get rid of the selected rulers.
He added that the people of the Sindh province have given their verdict that the incumbent Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government was not acceptable anymore.
The provincial information minister expressed these views in a statement issued on Thursday. He claimed that the PTI’s own people were fed up with Prime Minister Imran Khan and had expressed their anger on the policies and selection of parachuters and investors for Senate tickets.
He maintained that the victory of PPP in the by-elections was a sign of public confidence in the party’s people-friendly policies and its referendum against the PTI. Shah stated that the people of Malir and Sanghar have expressed full confidence in the leadership of Chairman Bilawal, leading to the victories of the PPP candidates with big margins.
The minister said that Malir was a district of democrats and PPP loyalists. Chairman Bilawal himself reached the constituency to thank the people of PS-88, he added.
“This is the difference between PPP’s leadership and puppets,” the minister further said.
HE said that the results of by-elections were the success of PDM rallies and a warning message for PM Imran Khan’s “ATMs”.
He stressed that the people of Malir and Sanghar voted in favour of PPP on the basis of performance of Sindh government.