Speaking to media here, Bilawal said “There are a lot of offers; however for the woman who marries me making both my sisters’ understand is going to be an extremely difficult task. I know my sisters’ are beautiful girls but it will be difficult for a woman to convince them. But the woman who is successful in doing this, then it is her and my destiny to be together.”
The PPP chairman also told journalists’ that he was learning Sindh and wanted to learn other languages. “Besides Urdu and Sindhi, I will also learn Seraiki and other regional languages of my country,” Bilawal said.
According to Bilawal, maintaining law and order was the joint responsibility of the provincial and federal governments. The PPP chairman further said his protests would be like that of his mother and grandfather, not like Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan.