'Nothing is impossible': Bilawal gives message to youth

'Nothing is impossible': Bilawal gives message to youth


Bilawal Bhutto addressed the National Assembly.

ISLAMABAD (Web Desk) - Addressing the National Assembly, Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said democracy is the best revenge.

Bilawal Bhyutto Zardari said he has learned a lot during the last four years of political struggle. He said he would like to give a message to the youth that nothing is impossible.

JUI-F leader Maulana Asad Mahmood congratulated all the democratic forces that carried out struggle for supremacy of the constitution. He said they have achieved their objective through a democratic struggle.

He expressed commitment that the allied parties will continue to have unity in days ahead as well and make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state.

In his speech, MQM leader Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui said this change should not be confined to merely change of faces, but it should bring about real change in the lives of people.

He said democracy is the only way to progress.

Speaking in the session, Balochistan Awami Party leader Khalid Magsi said Shehbaz Sharif is a hard-working person and he would hopefully perform better.

He said we will not take revenge from anyone, but serve the nation in the real sense.

Balochistan Awami Party-Mengal Chief Sardar Akhtar Mengal said the credit for today’s success goes to all the workers of the allied parties. He emphasized on ensuring supremacy of the constitution.

MNA Mohsin Dawar said terrorism is one of the biggest challenges, which needs to be addressed through a clear strategy. He said there should be zero tolerance against militancy.

In his remarks, ANP leader Amir Haider Hoti said the allied parties not only made the no-confidence motion a success but also strengthened democracy.

PTI leader Ali Muhammad Khan said Imran Khan faced defeat but not accepted slavery. He said Imran Khan was targeted because he stood for independent foreign policy. He expressed hope that Imran Khan would again become prime minister with the support of people.

Speaking in the session, Jamhoori Watan Party leader expressed hope that the backward areas will be given priority for development in the next setup. He hoped that the next government would perform better than the last one.

MNA Aslam Bhotani expressed confidence that the next government would not forget Balochistan and development work could be carried out there at a fast pace, particularly in the areas where CPEC is being implemented.

MNA Ali Nawaz Shah said we all together have to work for progress and prosperity of the country.

The Chair announced that nomination papers for the slot of prime minister can be submitted by 1400 hours today [Sunday], while scrutiny of the papers will be conducted by 1500 hours today [Sunday]. He said election for the office of prime minister will be held on Monday.

The Chair adjourned the House to meet again on Monday at 11:00 am.