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^ ‘If I come to power, I will free you from jail’: Bilawal Bhutto – India TV Hindi

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Pakistan News: Elections have been declared in Pakistan. Election activity has increased among various parties regarding the elections to be held in February. Nawaz Sharif Jahan is the prime ministerial candidate from his party. On behalf of Pakistan People’s Party PPP, Bilawal Bhutto is contesting for the post of Prime Minister. Amidst the election excitement, Bilawal Bhutto has made a big announcement. Bilawal has made an offer to Imran Khan’s party workers, saying that if he comes to power, he will free everyone from jail.

According to the information, PPP’s Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that if he comes to power in the elections to be held in the country next month, he will release more than 10 thousand workers of Imran Khan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf Party who are in jail. . Bilawal, who was the foreign minister in Shehbaz Sharif’s 16-month-old government, said, ‘I want to end the politics of hatred and division with the support of the people.

Talk of ending the politics of prohibition

Addressing a large rally in Lahore on Sunday, Bilawal urged PTI workers to support him in the February 8 elections and in return he would end politics of vendetta and release all jailed political workers. . “Sharif’s PML.N is taking revenge from PTI,” Bilawal promised. I ask PTI workers to support me. If I come to power, I will release all political workers including PTI.

More than 10 thousand workers of Imran’s party are in jail

In fact, PTI says that more than 10,000 party workers are still in jail for their alleged involvement in the attack on military installations in May last year. Most of these are in Punjab and Kyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces. Since the Supreme Court has deprived PTI of its iconic symbol cricket ‘bat’. Therefore all its candidates are now contesting the elections independently.

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