Staff Reporter: 

QUETTA: Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, urged former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to respect votes and voters, advising against what he referred to as disrespecting the electorate. Speaking at a news conference in Quetta after his three-day visit, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari strongly criticized the Pakistan Muslim League (N) supremo Nawaz Sharif.

Show Respect To Voters: Bilawal Asks Nawaz

He called on Nawaz Sharif and PML-N to show respect for voters and refrain from engaging in what he termed as outdated political maneuvers. “Even in Punjab, people rejected you,” Bilawal remarked. “Do not behave like a king, and let’s work for the country and democracy,” he emphasized.

The PPP chairman stated that political parties can deliver after elections and regain lost ground. He expressed his party’s belief in the support of the masses. Bilawal reiterated that PPP wants all institutions to perform their duties by the constitution and the law. He acknowledged that, in the past, all institutions were wielded like a tiger force.

Selected Govts Failed In Pakistan

He pointed out that selected governments have consistently failed in Pakistan, citing this as a lesson from history. Bilawal urged for a democratic process where the people decide their fate in the upcoming elections.

Bilawal demanded a level playing field for all political parties in the country, rather than favoring a specific political party. “We will give you a surprise on February 8,” he concluded.

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