MITHI: Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that he has challenged Imran Khan to contest election from Karachi, saying they will defeat Imran Khan. Chairman PPP said this at a program organised by Sindh Engro Coal Mining Company (SECMC) to give keys of houses to the villagers that got displaced by the project of Thar Coalfield Block-II on Wednesday.
He said that Pakistan Peoples Party will emerge victorious with majority in the upcoming elections. PPP has been developing Karachi even though the city was not under its care and it was being ruled by a local party through Karachi Metropolitan Corporation but the party leaders were fighting with one another and were not even working themselves or allowing others to work. On the occasion he added that the federal government has denied Sindh government its rights for a long time.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on State of Thar Power Project
He also stated that the returns from the coal would be spent on the development of Thar. He said the public-private partnership projects, involving Sindh government, SECMC and other international companies are giving results.
Thar has changed for the better and now it was going to change the entire Pakistan by meeting its energy needs. Bilawal said that coal mining and coal-based power generation projects are revolutionizing the country. Earlier, chief minister and CEO of SECMC Shamsuddin Shaikh briefed PPP chairman Bilawal about the ongoing projects by the government and the company in Thar.