PPP patron Bilawal Bhutto vows to 'take back Kashmir from India'

Bilawal Bhutto vows to take Kashmir
Islamabad, Sept 20: At a time when Kashmir continues to be flood ravaged and infiltration at LoC is in the news, Pakistan People's Party (PPP) patron Bilawal Bhutto on Saturday raised many eyebrows as he pledged to 'take Kashmir back from India.' [Also read: Secrets of Hina Rabbani Khar and Bilawal's love affair]

Addressing his party workers from the residence of former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in Multan, Bhutto said: "I will take back Kashmir. All of it. I'll not leave behind a single inch of it because, like other provinces it belongs to Pakistan."

Referring to the current tiff between PTI chief Imran Khan and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Bhutto said that 'Punjab is drowing in floods and the enemies of Pakistan want to drown the country in Islamabad.' He urged politicians not to drag politics into the issue of floods.

Speaking about PPP's ties with Punjab, Bhutto said, "I received the love of this region as my inheritance and I will fight for the people of this province."

Bhutto had earlier announced that he would contest the general elections in 2018.


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