The people who earlier believed in the politics of "do or die" have now shifted to the politics of "begging", PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said on Wednesday as he slammed PML-N.
The PPP chairman, addressing an election rally in Azad Jammu and Kashmir's Poonch area, claimed his political opponents say that if they have to "beg" to become the prime minister, they will do it.
Bilawal said if the Opposition decides to move a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Imran Khan or Chief Minister Punjab Usman Bazdar, his party would support them.
"But we will not become a part of a political alliance to eat halwa or nihari in the future," he said.
Bilawal said the (PPP) jiyalas would head towards Bani Gala — PM Imran Khan's residence — after achieving success in the upcoming Azad Jammu and Kashmir elections.
"The real face of tabdeeli is historic inflation, poverty, and unemployment," the PPP chairman added.
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