Islamabad, April 2: After his Kashmir rant last year [PPP patron Bilawal Bhutto vows to 'take back Kashmir from India'], Pakistan People's Party (PPP) chief Bilawal Bhutto has decided to stay away from politics for two years.
According to news reports, Bhutto has decided to give politics a break after leaders of the PPP claimed that differences between Bhutto and his father Asil Ali Zardari continue to grow.
So the question now remains who will take the place of Bhutto? If news reports are to be believed Zardari is likely to launch his daughter Bakhtawar Bhutto into active politics.
Leaders of the PPP say that the father-son duo differ when it comes to matter of opinion in politics, whereas on a personal level they maintain a cordial relationship. But the decision to introduce Bakhtawar Bhutto to politics comes after Zardari failed to convince Bilawal to come back to Pakistan.
Zardari is likely to launch his daughter Bakhtawar Bhutto into active politics
Bilawal also missed his mother, Benazir Bhutto's death anniversary last year due to alleged differences with his father.
Bilawal has also decided not to visit the 36th death anniversary of his grandfather Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto on April 4.