LAHORE - PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari would be using hologram technology to reach out to party workers at places where he cannot go in person.

Through this technology the workers would get the feeling as if their leader was sitting among them talking to them face to face. 

The first experiment of this new technology would be made on coming Sunday when he would be addressing the party workers simultaneously in 30 towns and cities. He would deliver a special message in connection with party’s foundation day being observed on November 30.

This was decided at a party meeting held at Bilawal House Lahore with Chairman Bilawal in the chair.

The meeting also decided that Bilawal would make use of this technology during the upcoming election campaign as he would be able to address public rallies at cities where he won’t be able to go personally.

Sarmad Hussain, son of former MPA Fazal Hussain Rahi from Faisalabad, announced to join the PPP. Party’s Faisalabad division President Hasan Murtaza had induced him to join the PPP.

Speaking on the occasion, Bilawal said that PPP would be least dependent on the electables in the next elections as it would field party workers as candidates who would be seeking votes in the name of party ideology.

“I don’t care about the electables; party workers and ideology are my real strength”, Bilawal was quoted as having said in the wake of latest defection of PPP leader from Faisalabad Rana Aftab who is all set to join the PTI.

“PPP had neither done the politics of electables before nor it intended to do it in future”, he maintained, adding, that electables were not loyal with any party. “They take no time in switching over loyalties. They are with one party at one time and with another at some other time”, he said.

He asked party workers not to get worried about electables leaving the party. “Ideology and workers were the real strength of the PPP”, he said. 

He said that PPP was a different party as it always struggled for supremacy of Constitution and the democracy while doing an issue-based politics.

“We never aim at merely winning the elections through electables. Only those run after the electables who are power hungry”, he added.

Bilawal also said that party organisations were independent to make any decision and all party leaders were bound to follow their decisions irrespective of their stature. “Those who think they are over and above the party decisions because of their stature, they are grossly mistaken. Nobody will be allowed to dictate the party organisations”, he warned.