SARGODHA  -  PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that the present judicial system could not provide justice in the murder cases of former prime ministers Zulfiquar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto. "I will knock the Supreme Court's door now to obtain justice," he while talking to the media on Friday after expressing condolence over the demise of the mother of former federal minister of state Tasneem Ahmed Qureshi.

He said that when Benazir Bhutto was assassinated he was 19 years old. He alleged that Benazir was killed by Pervez Musharraf and despite matching of DNA results, all the accused were released. Bilawal said that the current government did not have ability to resolve the issues of the poor. He said Khan could not bring revolution in the country in 100 days.

He said that the incumbent rulers had claimed to bring agricultural revolution but electricity gas and other items became costly in the mini-budget.

He said that the rulers were levelling allegations like children; they do not have any foreign policy. He said that Charter of Democracy was a document to strengthen democracy. He, "We consider the people are main power and no state could run without solving their problems," he said.

He asked the government to fulfill its promise of new province in Punjab within 100 days.

He vowed to organise PPP in better manner across the Punjab. Earlier, the PPP chairman reached there by a helicopter which landed at the ground of Government Ambala Muslim College. He was flanked by former premier Raja Pervaiz Asharf and former federal information minister Qamar Zaman Qaira in stringent security.