Benzair Bhutto embraced martyrdom but never take U-turn: Bilawal

The chairman Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto said on Tuesday that his mother and former prime minister of Pakistan embraced martyrdom but had never taken U-turn on her principles.
He lauded the first female prime minister of Pakistan during his speech while leading the party’s train march at Hyderabad.
“Undemocratic forces considered martyring Benzair the PPP can be removed and tired to shut the voice of oppressed people, however they failed their nefarious designs,” Bilawal said.
“The selected rulers frighten from the thinking and philosophy of Shaheed Zulifqar Ali Bhutto and the ministers become provocative when Bhutto’s name was taken before them,” he said adding that when PPP launched long march they would be cried and screaming.
Just before leaving for interior Sindh, the PPP chairman alleged that the rulers of the country were conspiring through “NAB Gardi”, adding that the anti-graft body was formed to help run “selected governments”.
“We have seen Zia’s dictatorship, we are not scared of this government,” he said. Bilawal later paid a tribute to late party founder by reciting a poem in his honour.
Addressing to workers, Bilawal vowed that PPP will address the people economic problems, therefore, people flocked to the train march.