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Published 03 Feb, 2024 05:57am

Aseefa woos voters for PPP in Naushahro Feroze, Moro

NAWABSHAH: Aseefa Bhutto Zardari, the youngest sibling of Pakistan Peo­ples Party chairman Bila­wal Bhutto-Zardari, addres­sed the party workers in Moro and Naushahro Fe­roze on Friday as the party stepped up electioneering to win over voters with only a few days left to polls.

She told her workers and supporters that all the political parties except PPP wanted to make the rich richer and the poor poorer. Their rivals were least concerned about the poor children, who had to go to bed hungry, because all they were worried about was how to get to power corridors, she said.

She said that PPP was a party of masses and worked for peasants, labourers and the

downtrodden. “The mission of my martyred mother is to make peoples’ lives better and my brother is continuing her mission,” she said.

She said that PPP’s manifesto was public-friendly and assured that all the promises made by her brother would be fulfilled. PPP had established state-of-the-art healthcare facilities providing free of cost treatment to the poor, she said.

“We’ll double salaries, give 300 units electricity free of cost to the deserving people, build three million houses for the poor and give them ownership rights,” she said.

She said that PPP would introduce Kisan, Mazdoor and Youth cards to provide them financial assistance. A university and a unit of NICVD would be established in Naushahro Feroze, she said.

Published in Dawn, February 3rd, 2024

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