Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari confident on Sunday that the general elections will be held on time.

While addressing a press conference in Malakand, from where he is contesting the July 25 general election. 

He said although cancelling his public gathering here, he has come to Malakand. Bilawal said will soon go to Quetta to express unity with families of Mastung blast victims. 

When talking about difficulties his party is facing while campaigning across the country he said, "Free and fair elections are our right."

The PPP leader noticed that local administrations are treating PPP in a different way than other political parties.

He asserted that terrorists do not want elections to take place. 

Bilawal further said that a controversial Parliament will be not capable to solve people’s problems,"we have to focus on basic issues like gas and water," he added.

In response to a question regarding the security situation of the country, he told that the National Action Plan has not been implemented completely. 

While answering a question, he said the PPP should not be pushed against the wall. 

Quoting his mother, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, Bilawal said a weak democracy is still better than a dictatorship.