LARKANA: Former Prime Minister and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairperson said Sunday that PPP, PML-N should win January 8 elections as first and second largest parties respectively as per the poll of international agencies.
Benazir Bhutto and Nawaz Sharif, boosted by a recent poll, which found Pakistanis overwhelmingly oppose the president, hit the campaign trail with allegations that he will engineer a parliament that favours him.
Holding the first rallies since an Islamic holiday marred by the attack, Bhutto suggested Musharraf was a "dictator" who had mishandled the mounting insurgency, mainly in the north, that has killed at least 750 people this year.
"In our north, the flag of Pakistan is being lowered and the flag of extremism is being raised," she told around 25,000 thousand supporters in the southern town of Larkana.
Referring to the recent survey, Bhutto called for mass protests if pro-Musharraf parties win the election. "
The government has created a rogue force. They have hired goons who will be deployed at polling stations in police uniform, which will be a source of vote-rigging," the former premier said.