KARACHI: Young Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has spoke up for the first about his marriage plans.

Bilawal opened up about his marriage plan while speaking to journalists in Ubauro Town of Ghotki district Saturday.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said he has received many marriage proposals however, he would marry a girl of his sisters’ choice.

To a question, he said: “There are too many (marriage) offers, but the woman will have to convince my sisters first. It is a very difficult task.”

“Whoever wanted to marry me, she must convince my sisters first which is very difficult task,” Bilawal said.

“Fate will get us hitched if any woman succeeds in this task,” stated the 28-year-old politician.

“I have made improvement in learning national language Urdu and will also do so in learning Sindhi. Besides Urdu and Sindhi, I will also learn Seraiki and other regional languages of my country,” he added.

Coming back to politics, Bilawal said he has already brought about a change in the province of Sindh and clarified that he would protest against corruption like his mother and grandfather and certainly not like Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan.