KARACHI: Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, Patron in Chief, Pakistan People’s Party, has said PPP workers and leaders joined Holi festivities with the members of Hindu community IN every district where ever it was celebrated and extended Happy Holi greetings to all celebrating this festival of triumph of good over evil.
Bilawal said that he took attack on temple akin to attack on Garhi Khuda Bakhsh and would bring culprits to justice. “The people of Larkana will not let the actions of a few to tarnish their reputation as a city that prides itself of religious tolerance”, he added.
He further said that Larkana incident reinforces the need for activities such as Sindh Festival to combat extremism, promote tolerance and harmony on the foundations of our rich culture and heritage of tolerance.
PPP Patron in Chief said his party was struggling for an egalitarian Pakistan where any kind of exploitation and discrimination will have no place to survive and thrive.
Bilawal assured the minority communities that nobody would be allowed to harm them and PPP would protect every citizen of the country.
Meanwhile, reports compiled by Media Cell Bilawal House pointed out that Colours of Holi could not fad this year despite untoward incident in Larkana and the drought situation in Thar where almost of half of the population belong to Hindu communities, as people of Sindh, hosting 93% of Hindu population in Pakistan, shared the joys of Holi festival.
PPP workers among social workers and members of civil society joined the festivities in Karachi, Hyderabad, Larkana, Sukkur, Mithi, Mirpurkhas, Umerkot, Jacobabad, Shaheed Benazirabad, Sanghar and almost every district of Sindh province. Holi is celebrated as a triumph of good over evil