Public to decide if they want metro or free medical treatment: Bilawal

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PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari addressing

SEHWAN: Pakistan People’s Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto said on Friday said that the PML-N government has only focused on construction of metros and ignored health and education sectors adding that now the public has to decide if they want metro or free medical treatment.
The PPP Chairman was addressing a ceremony at the inauguration of a cardiac hospital in Sehwan.
Bilawal said that Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif inaugurated an incomplete hospital in Lahore, adding that the PPP will complete the project. He said that the Sindh government has carried out exemplary work for the welfare of people, but still rivals question the services rendered by the party.
Bilawal criticised his political rivals saying that in Punjab one can only see advertisements but no real progress.
The PPP chairman said that Chief Minister Punjab Shehbaz Sharif inaugurated an incomplete hospital in Lahore, adding that the PPP will complete the project.
“Now the public has to decide if they want metro or free medical treatment?” said Bilawal.
Meanwhile, Asif Ali Zardari has announced to contest the upcoming general elections from the district.
Zardari met the party workers at Peoples Secretariat on Friday, where he told them to expedite the election campaign. The PPP co-chairperson told workers he would contest the general elections from the constituency in Nawabshah.
While speaking to the workers, Zardari said PPP Chairperson Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari will be the next prime minister of the country.
He said they wanted to come into power to work further on making Sindh a model province, adding that all the development projects were being completed there.
The party co-chairperson reiterated PPP’s promise on providing employment opportunities, saying jobs will be given on merit and that Sindh will have the highest rate of employment.

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