Bilawal hints at forming coalition with other political parties

Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday hinted at forming coalition government.

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Talking to media in Hyderabad, Bilawal Bhutto said that candidates are being forced into defecting PPP. He said Sharif family spent huge national money in Raiwind.

Addressing his supporters in Hyderabad alongside senior party leaders Naveed Qamar and Murad Ali Shah, Bilawal criticised the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA).

“GDA is a puppet alliance and several such alliances are made before every election,” he said.

“Some people want to derail the democratic process,” the PPP chairman lamented.

In an apparent dig at former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, the Bhutto family scion said, “The nation does not care why someone was disqualified.”

Bilawal added, “We want a solution to Pakistan’s problems.”

“I am not contesting the general election to win or lose but because my mother was assassinated,” he added.

Later during the day, Bilawal also addressed supporters in Tando Jam.

“Alliances have been made against us during every election,” he said while speaking to party supporters.

“A puppet government will not be able to solve the nation’s problems,” he further said.

Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA)-Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan (MQM-P) is a puppet alliance, he added.

PPP chairman further said that threats are being hurled at PPP candidates.

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