Karachi (Staff Report): Pakistan Peoples Party's (PPP) train march against the federal government started from Karachi on Tuesday.
PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is leading the march titled as "Caravan-e-Bhutto”.
The march on special train of the Pakistan Railways kicked off from Karachi's Cantt Station and it is likely to reach its final stop, Larkana, on Wednesday.
The train will stop at various locations, including Landhi, Kothri, Hyderabad, Shahdad Pur and Nawabshah among others.
The march comes ahead of the 40th death anniversary of late former prime minister and PPP founder Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.
Addressing party workers from the train, Bilawal said, "On April 4, it is the 40th death anniversary of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. I am travelling from Karachi to Larkana and hope all of you will also reach Garhi Khudha Baksh."
"We will give the world the message the Bhutto is still alive and present for democracy," he added.
Speaking the gathering at Landhi station, The PPP chairman said that the ruling regime doesn't tolerate the opposition and its criticism. Bilawal said that the worst ever rigging in history took place in the 2018 General Election.
He alleged that police force was used against party workers in Punjab and PPP candidates were not allowed to run their election campaigns in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and were attacked in Lyari.
Taking aim at the train march, Federal Minister for Information Fawad Chaudhry termed PPP’s train march that set out from Karachi under Bilawal Bhutto Zardari's leadership as "Abu Bachao' movement.
He said said it is the "world's first Abu Bachao train march that is being launched to provide legal protection to corruption."