BANNU: Pakistan Peoples Party Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will address the party rally in Banny today (Saturday).
The PPP chair has arrived at Bannu’s Sports Complex and is expected to address the supporters shortly.
Bilawal is flanked by other party leaders such as Anwar Saifullah Khan, Sher Azam Wazir, Humayun Khan, Senator Rubina Khalid and Faisal Kundi.
Party supporters from different areas have come to Bannu to attend the rally and show their support for their leader.
The preparations for the rally have been completed and as many as 400 police officers have been deployed for security purposes.
On March 18, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had questioned former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s slogan of ‘respecting the vote’.
Nawaz, who was disqualified as premier and head of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz by the Supreme Court in separate cases, has been raising the slogan of respecting the vote.
Addressing party supporters in Kotli Sattian, the PPP chairman recalled the relationship of the tehsil with the party.
“Nawaz thinks democracy linked to him only,” he said, terming the former prime minister Gen (retd) Ziaul Haq’s “opening batsmen”.
In an apparent jibe at Nawaz’s daughter Maryam, Bilawal said: “look now, we have stopped you”.
Referring to Nawaz’s recent tirade against the opposition parties, Bilawal said the PML-N leader, and not the PPP leader, is the biggest wound up toy, whose key is broken at present.