PPP will create opportunities for youth and laborers: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari

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Islamabad, 8 August 2017: Pakistan Peoples Party will continue to raise its voice for labor rights and will follow the footsteps of Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Shaheed Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto who had kept laborers’ interests close to their hearts and took umpteen measures for their welfare.
This was stated by Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari while meeting a delegation of labor leaders of district Attock and adjoining areas led by former federal Minister Sardar Salim Haider at Zardari House Islamabad.
Chairman PPP said that labor force is the backbone of country’s economy. PPP desires that laborers of private sector should also get the same status as government servants and for achieving this party had included private employees in Workers Welfare Fund. Party will take more measures to provide better working condition and facilities after coming to power, he said.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that PPP has a strong and viable program for better future of laborers and their children. PPP is an ideological force and desires equal opportunities for youth so that they can further their aspiration for personal future as well as our beloved country Pakistan, he said. Political parties have the responsibility for their training so that they can become better citizens. In this regard PPP is the only party which has the vision for a better future of our youth, Bilawal Bhutto said.

Chairman Bilawal said that PPP is the only political force which provides equal opportunity to every individual irrespective of cast, color, creed gender and religion. PPP after coming to power will create job opportunities for the youth of country and will provide equal job opportunities to them all, Chairman PPP concluded.

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