Bilawal Bhutto vows to dissolve 17 federal ministries

Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari stated that his party if elected, plans to abolish 17 federal ministries rendered redundant by the 18th Amendment, Pakistan Press 88 ( reportes.

The Rs 300 billion saved through this measure will be directed towards the welfare of the people through initiatives like the kissan (farmer), mazdoor (laborer), and youth cards.

Additionally, the PPP aims to establish energy parks at the district level through public-private partnerships, providing up to 300 units of free electricity to impoverished families.

Addressing the 3rd passing-out parade of Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls Nawabshah, Bilawal shared key points of the PPP’s manifesto. He emphasized the importance of addressing Pakistan’s economic crisis, climate change issues, population growth, and poverty by fostering unity and eschewing divisive politics.

Highlighting the impact of climate change on Pakistan, he pledged that a PPP government would initiate projects to address the challenges posed by climate change.

Meanwhile, Asif Ali Zardari, PPP leader and former president expressed confidence that his party would form the next government. Speaking after the scrutiny of his nomination papers for NA-207, Zardari highlighted the bright future of the Peoples Party and predicted that the next prime minister would be from his party.
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