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Bilawal Bhutto’s political acumen lauded by Pakistani and Indian Media

The leading Newspapers of India and Pakistan today lauded the political acumen of Chairman Pakistan Peoples Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari for his anti-war message, an impressive presence and speech at an all-party meeting called by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday and his stance on Kashmir Issue.

The News in its report writes “Bilawal shows Pakistan and India what war really looks like: Pakistan Peoples Party chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari received much appreciation by journalists and talk-show analysts over how confidently he conducted himself in the recent All Parties Conference chaired by the Prime Minister over Kashmir—his first full-fledged political entry.

“Today the young Bhutto talked some more sense. He retweeted a video of a war on Syria where a child complains he is forced to rummage through garbage for food, sometimes eating rotten bread and grass. “Two days ago I fell down because of hunger,” the bruised child in the video says.”

“Dear Pakistan and India this is what war looks like,” Bilawal tweeted.

 

 

Meanwhile, Indian Newspaper the Times of India also acknowledged and appreciated political acumen of Chairman Bilawal Bhutto in its news report “Pak’s Bilawal Bhutto tweets anti-war message to New Delhi, Islamabad“.

It writes, “Politics watchers in Pakistan have finally begun to sit up and take notice of the Bhutto scion, who reportedly was an impressive presence at an all-party meeting called by Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Monday to discuss the situation vis-a-vis India.
Media reports said Bilawal criticized Sharif saying there is no military solution to the Kashmir issue. He also questioned Sharif’s foreign policy posturing and said it is creating a climate of hostility.”Sharif saying there is no military solution to the Kashmir issue. He also questioned Sharif’s foreign policy posturing and said it is creating a climate of hostility.”Sharif saying there is no military solution to the Kashmir issue. He also questioned Sharif’s foreign policy posturing and said it is creating a climate of hostility.”

According to International Business Times, Bilawal reportedly said his grandfather Zulfikar Ali Bhutto “retrieved Pakistan’s land from Indian occupation and secured the release of thousands of prisoners of wars…in 1971 through assertive diplomacy and aggressive foreign policy.” He added, “This is how we can achieve our diplomatic goals.”

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