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PPP Gilgit Baltistan – Image Gallery @BBhuttozardari


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#PPP Karachi Gathered To Pay Tribute To Shaheed Abdullah Murad!


The workers of PPP from Karachi and district Thatta gathered to pay tribute to “Sher-e-Malir” Shaheed Abdullah Murad Baloch on his 11th death Anniversary, it was like a black day for the people of Malir because The Maliris loved Shaheed Abdullah Murad because of  his unique leadership qualities, courage, vision, and the Junoon of Bhuttoism. He really cared for the people of Malir and worked for there health, education and jobs. Indeed it was one of the greatest loss for the people of Malir and PPP, he was a true ” Bhutto Ka Sipahi “. Shaheed Abdullah Murad we will never forget you ….

It was well managed by District Malir workers and i congratulate them for that great effort. The spirit among the workers was high and the crowd was good but it was not like previous one, there are some issues in District Malir that the top leadership need to address otherwise it won’t be good for the party. Malir is the Qila-e-Bhutto and division among the workers isn’t good.

Message of Mohtarma Adee Faryall Talpur on the 11th Death Anniversary of Shaheed Abdullah Murad!


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venue: Jam Eleven Football Stadium, Jam Goth Malir, Karachi

‘Dissension within ‘N’ stands exposed’

khursheed shah

◘  dictatorial mindset of PMLN leadership
◘  11 PML-N members did not vote for the party candidates
◘  PML-N leadership should learn politics from Asif Ali Zardari
◘  PML-N Government should revisit its anti-people policies
◘  The PML-N leadership needs to give respect to its members.



Pakistan Peoples Party: News updates

Jeay Bhutto, Aik Zardari sab pe bhari slogans in Punjab Assembly. Jeay Bhutto, Aik Zardari sab pe bhari slogans in Punjab Assembly.
LAHORE: PPP leaders said on Thursday a good number of PML-N MPAs in Senate election in Punjab had revolted against the “dictatorial mindset” of their leadership by not casting vote in favour of party candidates.

Some 11 PML-N members did not vote for the party candidates. Instead they preferred to give vote to the PPP and PML-Q joint candidate, Nadeem Afzal Chan.

“Today a good number of PML-N MPAs expressed their distrust in their leadership by not casting votes in favour of party candidates. It shows the Sharifs are not running the party democratically,” PPP’s central Punjab president Manzoor Wattoo told Dawn.

Take a look: PPP, PML-Q make last-minute effort for Chan’s Senate bid

He said the PML-N leadership should learn politics from Asif Ali Zardari. “In the Senate election, the PPP made alliance with the MQM, PML-Q, ANP…

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Fifth phase of free wheat distribution among drought affected families in Distt Tharparkar has been started from December 18,2014: Spokesman to CM Sindh

Pakistan Peoples Party Official

The fifth phase of free wheat distribution  among drought affected families in Distt Tharparkar has been started from December 18,2014 with it total allocation of 1,29,973 bags, where as the distribution of blankets mosquito’s nets, Dates packets among pregnant women, and  children having minor age  was already in progress in the district since December 8, 2014. This has been disclosed by spokesman Chief Minister House Karachi in his press statement today.           He said that during the fifth phase of free wheat distribution 22992 bags will be distributed in Taluka Mithi, 20763 at Taluka Islamkot , 22195 bags at Taluka Deeplo, 22793 bags at Taluka Chachro, 20333 bags at Taluka Dahli and 20897 bags at Taluka Nangar Parkar as such 5662 families so far have been entertainment since commencement of wheat distribution from Dec 18,2014 till December 23, 2014. The Spokesman further informed that before this 1,26790 bags had been…

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@jvqazi this country needs @BBhuttoZardari at this critical juncture !

Javed Ahmed Qazi

Javed Ahmed Qazi is a Lawyer by profession and columnist by passion.

Javed Ahmed Qazi writes for Roznama Express, Sindh Express and some time for The Friday Times he want Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to come back because Pakistan need him, some of his messages/thoughts (via twitter ) for Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari are ….

  • This country needs you at this critical juncture of its history
  • It was Bilawal Bhutto took the task of introducing Indus civilization and told us we were more civilized than Arabs
  • Bilawal was maligned by Taliban’s collaborators, history proves him, he is truly a man more than cowards who take queue from Talibans
  • But this is very unfortunate the Party taking seats from Sindhis is not reflecting to the aspiration of SIndhis at this critical juncture
  • Bilawal is not apologist, he is not appeaser, he doesn’t soft soap, he is most clear in his position against the present narrative of Pakistan
  • If PPP acts this way on the most important issue, it will soon will become history
  • Bilawal is needed here at this juncture of history of Pakistan, else PPP will become history
  • too much silence at this juncture by Bilawal is not good for his political career

I am with Bilawal Bhutto and PPP all the way, I am loyal to the Bhuttos and Proud – @GeorgeGalloway says

What PPP did in #Thar ? part-1



Have you heard the voices blaming PPP and Bilawal Bhutto Zardari for the drought in Thar ? – YES you did ! but have you heard the positive steps taken by the PPP’s Sindh Government in Thar, – NO you didn’t ! Why ? – Because The Bosses – The rating hungry media Tycoons don’t want you to know that information, their priorities are something else and people says its only the benefit of theirs payers, they don’t care about the objective criteria of journalism and right now their radars of criticism are only on two provinces out of four.

Surendar Valasai from Thar questioned the credibility of the media !

And more about the exaggeration, bias and false reporting of the media ….

What PPP did in Thar ?

Dr Mahesh Malani the president and the member of provincial Assembly and Ex-Parliamentarian shared some important information about the initiatives taken by the Sindh Government in Tharparkar

Dr Mahesh Malani

November 8 & 9 2014

  • 150 medical dispensaries established out of which 70 medical dispensaries have been handed over to the department, 6 RHCs, 4 BHUs, have been established.
  • 1000 shelterless schools have been granted buildings
  • 52 primary to middle school upgraded, 26 middle school upgraded as high schools, 2 high schools upgraded to higher secondary schools.
  • Current year, 291 children had been shifted and admitted in Hyderabad and Karachi hospitals on Government expenditure.
  •  80 big villages have been provided with R.O Plants having capacity of converting 75000 gallons of water per day.
  • The Govt. of Sindh has sanctioned 750 R.O Plants with the capacity of 10000 gallons of water per day. Out of which 325 R.O in process of being construction
  • cost 600 million rupees: a water supply scheme from Islamkot to Nagarparkar has been initiated the work in progress.
  • cost of 10 billion rupees: a pucca road is in progress from Wango to Thar Coal area.
  • cost of 2 billion rupees: a water supply scheme from Nabisar to Thar Coal area has been initiated, the work is in progress.
  • 600 millions rupees: for electricity for 80 villages of Tharparkar.
  • 5000 employments orders, on merit basis have been given to youth of Tharparkar, benefiting 1.5 lac people.
  • More than 254000 families provided with free of cost wheat, 50 k.g each family for four times
  • 25000 families were provided free packets of food, 10 k.g each family.
  • R.O Plants are working for Taluka hospitals of Mithi, Chhachhro, Islamkot, Nangarparkar and Diplo.
  • Lady doctors and child specialist have been appointed in Civil Hospital Mithi.

Andd More ….

Some of the works done by PPP’s Sindh Government in Thar, focusing the development of poor masses, investing on human & rural development

  • Distributed 120,000 wheat bags of 100 kg each worth Rs420 million among drought-affected and sick people in Thar
  • Rs 200,000 compensation for each recent death in Thar
  • Provided jobs to 6,000 people and lay a water supply line from Islamkot to Nangarparkar
  • Initiated work on 1100 kilometre long roads in Tharparkar
  • Established more than 200 medical dispensaries in district Tharparkar
  • 80+ reverse osmosis filtration plants, electrification schemes worth abv Rs 400 million and other development schemes worth Rs 100m will be done
  • Tharparkar was getting the highest allocation of Rs 2 Billion in the head of the district  ADP after Karachi, whose allocation was Rs 3 Billion
  • After the drought Rs1 billion more for the Mirpurkhas development package and directed the officers concerned to initiate work
  • Installation of 200 solar-based reverse osmosis (RO) plants in this ADP 2014-15
  • A medical college was being established in Mirpurkhas at a cost of more than Rs 2 Billion
  • 128 Doctors (45 men and 83 lady doctors) for six districts appointed after the drought in Thar for the better health treatment
  • 9 pediatricians, 4 chest specialists, 14 female Medical Officers , 22 male Medical Officers , 43 surgeons, gynecologist are Appointed to facilitate health

    read more …

    What #PPP did in #Thar ? part-1
    What #ppp did in #Thar? part-2
    Zardari to inaugurate Asia’s biggest RO plant in Mithi
    Fifth phase of free wheat distribution among drought affected families in Distt Tharparkar

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to celebrate Diwali with Hindus in Naudero


Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Chairperson Pakistan Peoples Party will celebrate Diwali with the members of Hindu community at Naudero House on October 23.

He has invited Hindu communities to join him in the celebrating the Festival of Lights at Naudero House in Larkana.

He also directed the PPP leaders including District Presidents to celebrate Diwali in their respective areas together with the Hindu communities.

courtesy: mediacellppp.wordpress.com





“We all have one purpose — to give back people their rights,” the patron-in-chief says.
He goes on to say, “There are only two powers: Bhuttoism and slaves of democracy.”

“Democracy is our strength, the nation is our center of power and martyrdom is our destination,” Bilawal says.
In a jab at former dictator Pervez Musharraf, Bilawal questions Musharraf’s statement of Benazir’s rally ending before midnight.
“How did Musharraf know that the rally will end before midnight?” he asks in a veiled accusation of Musharraf being responsible for the attack.

Bilawal repeats the famous lines: “Armed men are scared of innocent girls,” while talking about the Karsaz blast.
“Suicide blasts and death penalties are only for us,” he says. “Why are suicide attacks only for us [PPP]?,” he questions rhetorically, adding that people who want to scare away PPP with these things should understand that a Bhutto does not fear anything.
“I am a rebel, I am a Bhutto,” the chairperson repeats proudly. “Bhuttosim is the chain of the whole of Pakistan.”

He asks people to remember that if there is no PPP, there will be no ray of hope in Pakistan.
“On one side there are Bhuttoists, and on the other side there are those who dance on the instructions of a third umpire.”

“Because of the 1973 charter, there is democracy in Pakistan,” he says, adding that the enemies of Bhutto and sons of Ziaul Haq take the oath of that very Constitution established by his grandfather.

“Today, there are rumors of a script because the government is helpless and people are protesting. I will tell you what the real script is,” he tells his supporters.

This script was written during Zulfikar Ali Bhutto’s time,” he says, adding, “In July 1977, this script was slapped on us and then again in April 4, 1979; sometimes in the form of IJI, sometimes in Farooq Leghari’s, sometimes in Musharraf and sometimes in the bloodbath in 2007.”

“Bhuttoism is the only solution to avoid a civil war in the country,” he says, further criticising incumbent Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and questions how he could utilise all resources in curbing one sit-in.

“We [PPP] saw a Hazara community’s dharna — the only real dharna in Pakistan — but on moral grounds we dissolved our own government,” he says, questioning what the Punjab chief minister did in Model Town.


Bilawal lashes out at Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif and calls him a progeny of Zia, as he was responsible for the deaths of 14 people who were killed during the clashes in Model Town incident in Lahore.

“We had seen the protests in Quetta by the Hazara community which was against extremism. Our prime minister himself visited Quetta, and though it is possible that our governance was lacking, the prime minister was not responsible,” he says.

“But what happened in Model Town?” he asks, adding, “The chief minister, in a bid to remove barricades, killed 14 innocent people.”

“We, to assuage the wounds of the hurt, ended our provincial government, but what did you do in Punjab?” he says, hitting out at Nawaz and Shahbaz.

“The foreign minister, and other puppets, you are all responsible for the Chinese president cancelling his tour to Pakistan,” he says.

“Instead the Chinese president decided to visit India.”

“In the US, Obama hosted a state dinner for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi,  and co-authored an article with the Indian PM. On the other end is our tiger, who like a pussy cat, just drank from the cup of Biden and came back.”


Bilawal speaks about the developments brought by PPP.

“For the poor, we made housing schemes and started a youth development scheme to train the youth. We made educational institutions, and we will make more of them. We started a youth scholarship programme through which we gave over 400,000 scholarships to girls.”

“People do not see the work we have done in Sindh, because some powers do not want people to see it,” says Bilawal.
“Showing off schemes is considered as good governance. Good governance comes from serving people.”

He further adds that the PPP did not make a song and dance of terming an ordinary bus by calling it a metro bus.
In a jab at Nawaz he says, “Tomorrow you will make a rocket and call it a rocket to the moon. The amount of money India wasted on sending a rocket to mars, you wasted even more money to put out a flimsy bus service.”

“PTI wants to become the MQM of Lahore,” says the PPP chairperson.

“Today, the whole country is crying against rigging but rigging always happens against PPP. However, we did not become a part of anyone’s movement.”

“Karachi belongs to Bhutto,” he says claiming that they will cut down the kite — the symbol of the MQM.

“There are irregularities in every election. If there was rigging in Balochistan, in K-P, it was against PPP. But we did not a become part of any PNA movement.”

The patron-in-chief adds that wind power generated in sindh can provide electricity to the whole country.

“I invite the prime minister to work together towards the progress of Pakistan.”


“Family members of the missing people marched from Balochistan to Islamabad, but no one asked about them. They did not hold a concert at Aabpara Chowk, they did not demand the resignation of anyone, they did not dance on the instructions of any one but a few puppets stage a sit-in and the media raise the issue to the sky,” Bilawal says criticising the media and protesting parties.

Shifting his focus to Balochistan, Bilawal says the ‘real revolution’ is coming there.“Dr Abdul Malik, you are the first nationalist leader of Balochistan, if you can give people their rights back that will be a big step,”

he says.“On one end there is Uncle Altaf, on the other hand there are puppets in Islamabad calling for civil disobedience – who gave you that freedom,” he questions the Baloch, adding, “Bhuttoism gave you that freedom.”

“If you did not have that freedom, you too would have been killed with F-16s like Akbar Bugti.

” When I talk about Kashmir, the Modi-led Indian government talks about Balochistan.”

Raising the issue of Kashmir, Bilawal says, “When I went to help the flood affected people in Punjab and talked about Kashmir, India created an uproar and their media started a propaganda against us, because they acknowledge Bhuttoism.”

“When I talk about Kashmir, they misunderstand me. I too want peace in Kashmir. We will not hold Kashmir hostage to the peace process but we want the people of Kashmir to decide. Kashmir banega Pakistan,” the PPP chairman says.

Bilawal explains that former president General (retd) Pervez Musharraf’s operations against militants failed because the people were not behind him.

“Operations under PPP, Rah-i-Nijaat in Swat was successful because the people were behind it.”

“Operation Zarb-e-Azb is continuing and we will win,” he adds.

Once again lashing out at the PTI and PAT, Bilawal says, “When the time came to stand up with the troops against militants, people partcipating in concerts in Islamabad sat down.”

“Some people are stabbing the army in the back,” he alleges.

Urging those protesting to leave the sit-ins and support the troops, he says, “If you are afraid of the Taliban, at least go and assist in rehabilitation of the IDPs.”

Censuring PTI’s claims to end corruption in 90 days and make a ‘naya Pakistan,’ Bilawal says, “You could not even make a new K-P, let alone a new Pakistan.”

Hitting out at PM Nawaz, Bilawal says that the problem with the Nawaz-led government is that Zia’s spirit has infused their governance and urges them to adopt Bhuttoism.

“Prime minister, Punjab CM, you have the government, judges are your own, officials are in your pocket, so why can you not deliver? The farmer of central punjab is hungry, industries are closed, kidnappings are common, police is the enemy of the people, everywhere there are Gullu Butts.”

“We will hold a convention of PPP in Bilawal House Lahore on November 30. We will hear what each and everyone of you have to say about the reorganisation of PPP. You will talk and we will listen,” Bilawal says.
“To hunt a lion, you use an arrow, not a bat,” the PPP chairman says patronising PTI’s protests in the capital.

Concluding his speech, Bilawal thanked all his supporters for attending the rally and continued chanting


courtesy: tribune.com.pk