Bilawal to stay at Halepota House Kapri Mori during first day of Long March

The PPP leader from Badin Abdul Wahid Halepoto has said that PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari during his first-day of the long march against the PTI government would arrive in Badin district on February 27.

He said that the party chairman after addressing the public gatherings in Badin, Talhar, Matli and other towns of the district would stay at Halepota House in village Sardar Haji Abdullah Halepoto in Kapri Mori area near Matli town. He said that the party chairman on his request had accepted his invitation to stay at their house for the night before proceeding to the next destination during the scheduled party long march.

Abdul Wahid Halepoto recalled that before Bilawal Bhutto Zardari his slain mother Ms Benazir Bhutto had also stayed at their house and spent her time with his family members on the invitation of his grandfather late Haji Abdullah Halepoto (the five times MNA from Badin) way back in 1988.

He said that preparations to accord the warm welcome to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari were underway. Mr Halepoto said that on his arrival to their house, his father Ali Asghar Halepot, the former district chairman Badin, his family members, party lawmakers and leaders would welcome him . ” It is a matter of great pleasure and pride that Bilawal, after his great mother, is going to stay for a night at our house,” he added.

Meanwhile, the PPP lawmakers, leaders and workers arrived in different towns of Badin district and invited the media persons to attend the event of their party chairman and cover it for their respective media outlets. Sussui Palijo, Aajiz Dhamrah and other PPP during their media talks said that people of Badin district would not only welcome the party chairman on his arrival in the district but would also accompany him towards Islamabad to get rid of the incompetent and insane rulers imposed on the country.

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