PESHAWAR: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that he has repeatedly asked the founder of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) not to do politics of hatred. Addressing a rally in Peshawar, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that we repeatedly told the founder of PTI not to do politics of hatred.

He said that we repeatedly asked the founder of PTI not to do politics of hatred, told Khan Sahib not to call others thieves, he himself became a thief today, Khan Sahib used to tell Khan Sahib not to do vendetta politics, Khan Sahib used to say that he will not give NRO to anyone, now he says that he is ready to talk to anyone.

We are fighting elections to get the people out of trouble. Our election campaign started first, I have already returned here through Punjab and Sindh after 10 conventions in this province. He said that elections are near, I do not know what will happen to those who did not want to contest elections due to cold. I don’t know what will happen to those who ran away from the November elections and by-elections, but because of us, all of them have to fight elections.

He claimed that we will bring an economic revolution, the salaries of the employees were increased by 100 percent in the PPP government. Pml-N and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) imposed politics of hatred and division if our government is formed, we will not do politics of revenge.

Referring to the PML-N manifesto, the former foreign minister said that the true manifesto of true Nawaz, three times nawaz government has seen how true they are? They say that the founder of CPEC is Nawaz Sharif, but cpec projects were signed before Nawaz Sharif became prime minister, when Zardari used to go to China, he used to criticize him what he went to do.

Bilawal Bhutto said that Nawaz changed the path of CPEC projects, put the money of CPEC on orange line and also took credit for CPEC himself, he is not contesting elections on his own manifesto.

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