LAHORE: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto said the entire nation was saddened by the unfortunate Murree incident as he expressed sorrow over the disappearance of people.
He offered his condolences to the bereaved families of the hapless tourists, saying the whole country was in shock over the tragic incident.
“It would have been better if the administration informed tourists about the weather situation in Murree. The administration should immediately start rescue services for tourists, ”he added.
He was chairing a meeting of PPP Azad Jammu & Kashmir (AJK) members and leaders at Bilawal House on Saturday. He urged the participants to ensure relief activities in the disaster areas of Murree. The meeting participants also offered fatha for those who lost their lives in the snowfall.
The delegation briefed the party chairman on preparations for the long march on February 27. Speaking on the occasion, Bilawal said the long march on February 27 was a continuation of the party’s anti-inflation protests. He said the PPP staged public protests across the country, while the party also ensured effective government opposition in parliament.
According to him, the people spoke out against the government and the demonstrations would end after the removal of the government.
In a separate message, Bilawal sent his best wishes to Judge Ayesha Malik on her elevation to the country’s supreme court, saying it is an encouraging development in the country’s history that a woman has been appointed a judge of the Supreme Court. To research. It would build Pakistan’s image around the world; he hoped and added that this would also open doors of growth for women in Pakistan. According to him, this would also lead to equal opportunities for women in the country.
Meanwhile, Bilawal also phoned columnist and analysts Habib Akram to express his condolences over his son’s death. He called journalist and analyst Mehmal Sarfraz again to offer his condolences following the death of his father.
Bilawal also visited Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani at his residence to offer his condolences on the death of his mother-in-law.
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