PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari addressing a press conference in Quetta: Photo Daily Quetta Voice

Manan Mandokhail: 

QUETTA: In a bid to foster political stability and address pressing issues in the country, the Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, unveiled the Charter of National Reconciliation during a pivotal press conference held at the Chief Minister’s Secretariat on Saturday evening.

Accompanied by the newly elected Chief Minister of Balochistan, Mir Sarfaraz Bugti, and prominent leaders from the PPP Balochistan chapter, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari underscored the imperative for a collaborative approach in resolving the challenges confronting the country.

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“I have proposed this charter not only to Prime Minister-designate Shehbaz Sharif but also to various stakeholders,” stated Bilawal, emphasizing the urgency of addressing the prevailing issues.

Responding to queries, Bilawal advocated for the formation of a parliamentary committee from the Balochistan Assembly to tackle the sensitive issue of missing persons. “PPP recognizes the need for collective action; therefore, we extend our hand to all parties,” he asserted.

Drawing inspiration from the inclusive governance advocated by his late mother, Benazir Bhutto, Bilawal pledged to govern Balochistan with a conciliatory approach, fostering unity among diverse political entities.

PPP’s Ideology Of Reconciliation Be Implemented

In a closed-door meeting with Chief Minister Bugti and coalition partners, Bilawal reaffirmed his commitment to implementing PPP’s ideology in the province, stressing the importance of inclusive governance.

Acknowledging the formidable challenges facing Balochistan, Bilawal stressed the necessity of unified efforts. “No single entity can address the complexities alone; we must unite to serve the people,” he urged.

Expressing solidarity with the flood-affected residents of Gwadar, Bilawal urged Chief Minister Bugti to prioritize relief efforts, promising support from the PPP. “We stand with the people of Balochistan in their hour of need,” he affirmed.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s proposal marks a significant step towards fostering political cohesion and addressing longstanding issues in Balochistan, signaling a ray of hope for the province’s future.

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