Priority is public welfare, not ministries: Bilawal

Says he contested elections not to occupy a seat in Islamabad but work for welfare of masses.

THATHA: Chairman of PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that he contested the elections not to occupy a seat in Islamabad but to serve the masses and work for their welfare.

Addressing a public gathering here today, Bilawal said his party had decided to vote for the prime minister without joining the federal cabinet. He however said that former president and his father Asif Ali Zardari would be a candidate for the slot of the president of Pakistan.

Bilawal said that there are politicians and parties who always think of their own benefits and after failing to get votes start levelling allegations of rigging. However, the PPP, he added, is the only party which wins elections even after irregularities in elections as it works for public welfare.

The PPP chairman said that he was offered to become the prime minister for the two last years of the five-year term of the coming National Assembly, but I said no. I don’t want to become such a prime minister, people of Pakistan will make me the prime minister.

Bilawal also said that there is fire in all the four provinces of the country and his party had decided to put out the flames and chanted once again the slogan of Pakistan Khapaay.

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