Pakistan People's Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Sunday said that Karachi's citizens will not give any importance to 'puppet politicians, ' adding that Nawaz Sharif is trying to escape after making Panama Case controversial.
He was referring to developments this week between the Pakistan Sarzameen Party and Muttahida Qaumi Movement-Pakistan which announced a political alliance, then proceeded to hurl serious allegations against each other, including that the two were brought to the table by the "establishment".
His statement came a day after All Pakistan Muslim League (APML) head Gen (retd) Pervez Musharraf said an alliance comprising MQM-Pakistan and PSP under the APML's umbrella could beat PPP in Sindh.
Bilawal said, "Musharraf is an absconder and will be brought back to the country in handcuffs to face the cases of treason and murder filed against him".
Flaying Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan for demanding early elections, Bilawal said the forthcoming polls should be held on time. "We have differences with the PML-N but we want general elections on time".
Expressing reservations on the nationwide census, the PPP chief said six million people were not even counted in the province during the headcount. Democracy needs to remain on track at all costs, he added.
Like all the previous puppets in Karachi, these puppets also failed, he remarked.
He hoped justice will be done in cases pertaining to Hudabia Papers Mills and Model Town killings case.