Bilawal Bhutto led Awami March reached Badin

 Awami March was kicked off from Karachi today and reach Islamabad on 8th March 

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari led Awami March of PPP has reached Badin. Thousands of people welcomed the participants of the Awami March in the Badin. Bilawal Bhutto addressed the charged party workers in Badin. 

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, while addressing the PPP workers at the long march, said that they are struggling for the rights of the nation and Prime Minister Imran Khan has now started to get panicked after the announcement of the long march by PPP.

He said that the premier had sent some of his ministers to visit Sindh to defend himself. Bilawal said that three generations of the PPP have been serving the nation. The political party had given democracy and Constitution to the country, he added. Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) kick started the ‘long march’ or ‘Awami March’ from Karachi to Islamabad on Sunday early afternoon.

Thousands of party workers are accompanying the party chairman.  PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari was leading the marchers from the Quaid’s mausoleum in his container, which is accompanied by a truck fitted with loudspeakers. It was the same container that used by the shaheed Benazir Bhutto when she returned from her exile in 2007.

Bilawal Bhutto said it was time to send the ‘selected’ PTI government home. He addressed the party workers at the Quaid’s mausoleum in Karachi prior to the start of the long march towards Islamabad.

He accused Prime Minister Imran Khan and his team of not only stealing the general elections held in 2018 from the PPP and other opposition parties but also looting the people. “This man (Imran Khan) has made a mockery of ‘democracy’ and destroyed the country’s economy,” Bilawal said, adding, “We will protect the rights of each and every Pakistani. After reaching Islamabad, we will attack the government. ”

Bilawal Bhutto addressed the party workers and supporters at different places including Thatha on the way to Badin.

 Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari addressed the party workers at Gharo and said if fair and transparent elections are held then his party will form the government.

Bilawal announced that the PPP will provide employment to the people in Pakistan Steel Mills and will also run the economy of the country from the same mills.

He said he would get right of every province, adding that time to table a no-confidence motion in the house has been reached.

The PPP’s long march will pass 34 major cities of the country will reach the federal capital Islamabad in 10 days.

The reception camps have been arranged at the National Highway and along with several cities of the route of the march as party workers supervise the security of the long march.

A truck has been decorated for Bilawal, who will be accompanied by other central leaders of the party.

                                                                         Khalid Bhatti 

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