Puppet political orphans' collapsing: Bilawal.


KARACHI/RAWALPINDI -- Pakistan Peoples' Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Friday said that martyred former prime minister Benazir Bhutto struggled for the rights of general public for 30 years. He lashed out at the government saying the 'puppet regime of political orphans' was collapsing soon. PPP chairperson was addressing a rally held at Liaquat Bagh to mark the 12th death anniversary of Benazir Bhutto. The former prime minister was killed in a gun-and-bomb attack at a PPP election rally in 2007 at Liaquat Bagh Rawalpindi. Bilawal said he would complete the unfinished mission of Benazir and ensure people were given their rights. He said the political orphans were ruling over Pakistan; hence, there was a leadership and economic crisis in the country. "These are the same political orphans Benazir warned you about," he said.

"Look at how they conduct their politics. They are cowards." Bilawal taunted the government, saying all claims they made about politicians had proven false. "They said Mian sahab will never go abroad for treatment. Mian sahab went abroad for medical treatment. They said President Zardari will never come out of jail. He is out of jail now too," he said. Bilawal urged the masses to support him in ousting "this government of selected and political orphans as the people's rule cannot be...

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