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PPP ‘buries outdated methods of politics’ because it heads into polls with ‘no hate’ motto

PPP 'buries old ways of politics' as it heads into polls with 'no hate' motto
The Pakistan Peoples Occasion (PPP) stated Saturday it was burying “outdated methods of politics” and heading into the final elections, set to happen on February 8, 2024, with a “no hate” motto.

With lower than two months left within the much-awaited polls, the get together plans to formally launch its election marketing campaign in full swing with a mass gathering in Garhi Khuda Bakhsh on December 27, which is the date of former PPP supremo and ex-prime minister Benazir Bhutto’s dying anniversary.

The announcement comes a day after the Election Fee of Pakistan (ECP) issued a schedule for normal polls.

“PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari has made it clear: PPP will run its marketing campaign on positivity, not negativity; we must bury the outdated methods of politics — demeaning each other and taking revenge,” the get together’s senior chief, Sharjeel Memon, advised a press convention in Karachi.

Memon, a former provincial minister, was chatting with journalists after the get together’s “essential” board assembly — held below Bilawal’s management — wherein the PPP’s high brass mentioned the plan of motion for elections.

The politicians knowledgeable the media that PPP had already began the general public communication marketing campaign and after the announcement of the election schedule, the get together chief reviewed the nation’s political scenario.

“Some political leaders are nonetheless demanding revenge, whereas those who needed to take motion towards their rivals are sitting in jail themselves,” Memon stated, as different leaders on the presser quipped, as they focused Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif.

Memon added that the PPP chief has made it clear that the nation’s drawback isn’t taking revenge from one’s opponents, however the redressal of the nation’s points — skyrocketing inflation and unemployment.

“PPP is speaking about bringing folks collectively, whereas different political events are spreading negativity. The necessity of the hour is for Pakistanis to unite; this can result in the nation’s improvement,” he stated.

The ex-minister stated that Bilawal will lead PPP’s election marketing campaign by holding rallies all around the nation.

Taking a jibe on the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), Memon stated that “some events” submitted petitions within the courts to seek out an escape from the elections.

Talking on the event, Senator Sherry Rehman reiterated PPP’s long-held demand for a degree enjoying subject for the get together and the conduct of elections on the designated date with none delay.