Continuing his tirade against the government, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said he will be contesting in the 2018 general elections and is confident that he will win.
“I will become the next prime minister of Pakistan,” Bilawal said addressing party workers in Lahore on Saturday.
Criticising Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Bilawal said the premier had failed to fulfil his duties to the country and that he should now consider packing up. Bilawal and his supporters then began to chant slogans of “Go Nawaz, go”.
“Even after serving in the position three times, if he (Nawaz) isn’t ready to do his job, I’ll do it. I’m ready to do it,” the 28-year-old PPP chairman said, adding that he will run on his slain mother’s seat in the 2018 election.
“Politics is jihaad for us,” the party chief added. “We will not drag it through the dirt,” he said, claiming that government offices across all provinces will hoist the PPP’s flag after the 2018 general election.
Bilawal said the government had failed to implement the National Action Plan (NAP) and that it was time for the government to admit to its failures.
courtesy: dawn news