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November 4, 2016

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Lion is not hunted with cricket bat: Bilawal

BAHAWALPUR: PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday said that lion was not be hunted with a cricket bat and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif would have to give answers about the offshore companies. He said that the lion could be hunted with the arrow which he was holding. He called on Nawaz Sharif to accept the PPP demands or a movement would be kickstarted against him.

He said that the people of Rahim Yar Khan and south Punjab were disappointed as the "Takhat-e-Raiwind" rulers had no interest in public rights.

Addressing a rally at Darri Sangi, Rahim Yar Khan, he said people in south Punjab were so poor that they were committing suicides but the “Takht-e-Raiwind Badshah Salamat” was not thinking of them. He said the PPP would bring a real change in Pakistan, particularly in south Punjab. He claimed that the PPP was the party which always saved the Constitution and the Federation and was now again struggling to save the Federation. The time had come to wipe out anti-poor rulers, he said and stressed unity among the opposition.

He said all eyes were now focused on the Supreme Court. He asked workers to give the PPP their support and it would change their fate by eradicating poverty and unemployment and changing their lifestyle.

Earlier, Bilawal was given a rousing welcome on his arrival in Rahim Yar Khan. Bilawal was accompanied by Yusuf Raza Gilani, Mustafa Mehmood, Ali Mehmood, Murtaza Mehmood, Nawazish Ali and Shaukat Basra.

 

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