Karachi: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is set to commence the party’s extensive election campaign across the country, building momentum ahead of the general election scheduled for February 8. Nominated as the party’s prime ministerial candidate, Bilawal will kick off the campaign from Swabi on January 10, traversing through key cities and regions.
The campaign itinerary, released in a statement by the party, outlines Bilawal’s ambitious journey, reflecting the PPP’s commitment to reaching every corner of the nation. The charismatic leader will begin by addressing a rally in Faisalabad on January 11, followed by events in Layyah and Bahawalpur on January 12 and 13, respectively.
Bilawal’s campaign will then extend to Balochistan, where a rally is scheduled in Nasirabad on January 14. The PPP chairman will visit Sindh, with stops in Larkana and Qambar Shahdadkot on January 15 and 16. Subsequently, he will proceed to Badin on January 17, followed by visits to Naushahro Feroze, Mehar, and Dadu on January 18.
Continuing his journey, Bilawal will hold rallies in Rahim Yar Khan on January 19 and address a gathering in Kot Addu on January 20. From January 21 to January 26, he will make stopovers in Lahore, Chiniot, Sargodha, Lalamusa, and Multan. Returning to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on January 27, he will address a rally in Peshawar, followed by a visit to Rawalpindi the next day.
The final leg of Bilawal’s campaign will see him traveling across Khyber Pakhtunkhwa from January 29 to January 31, covering Kurram district, Dera Ismail Khan, and Malakand Division. On February 1, he will journey to Khuzdar, culminating the southern route with power shows in Kandhkot, Shikarpur, and Jacobabad on February 2.
Touring Mirpur, Hyderabad, and Karachi from February 2 to February 5, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari will conclude his nationwide campaign by addressing a rally in Larkana on February 6. The PPP aims to engage citizens from diverse regions, sharing its vision and rallying support as the election date approaches. The campaign is expected to energize the political landscape, setting the stage for a closely watched and impactful election on February 8.