Umarkot: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that PPP was transforming the country into Quaid’s Pakistan, supporting freedom for all without any division on the basis of color, creed, race and religion.
While greeting Hindu community at a public rally at Umarkot, Bilawal said that PPP manifesto was based on equality for all communities.
Bilawal also pointed out that PPP government in Sindh has passed the Hindu Marriage Act and added that PPP will pass a bill against forced conversion of Hindus.
The PPP chairman said that the party will not allow any divides between poor and rich, minorities and majorities, Hindus and Muslims. “We are the only provincial government announced a public holiday on Holi,” Bilawal said adding that “all minorities have equal rights and opportunities in all factions of life”
“If a Muslim can become a president in India, why can’t an individual from minorities become president in Pakistan,” he exclaimed.
“PPP chairperson late Benzir Bhutto was the first women prime minister of Islamic country in the world, so they demands equal rights of women as male dominancy in Pakistan,” he said.
The PPP chairman said that women facing same as minorities of Pakistan. “If women stand by me, we can change Pakistan,” he added.
“I believe that Islam gives respect to women and treats them as equal and while we worked for the empowerment of women order political parties are staging dramas,” he added, “Despite that the Punjab Women Protection Act is not a strong act I still congratulate Pakistan Muslim League-N.”
He said that Fatima Jinnah supported her brother Quaid-e-Azam, Nusrat Bhutto helped her husband Zulfiqar Bhutto and his mother Benazir Bhutto made the nation proud when she was elected the first women prime minister of Pakistan.
However, five people fall unconscious in stampede after Bilawal’s address. He announced a public gathering in Rahim Yar Khan on March 26.