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The “Caravan-e-Bhutto” train march led by Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari reached its destination Larkana in the early hours of Thursday.
The train march, which started from Karachi on Tuesday, pulled into Larkana Railway Station around 4am, to a warm welcome from PPP workers who had gathered to welcome their leader.
Addressing the party workers at the railway station, Bilawal demanded across the board accountability.
He said the PPP will hold a public meeting on April 4 in Larkana to mark the death anniversary of party founder Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
Earlier on Wednesday, the PPP chairman said that Prime Minister Imran Khan should be rest assured that he won’t lead a movement to dismiss his government.
“Screams coming from the Prime Minister office… The day when PPP will give a long march or train march call they will come to know the difference between sit-in politics and real politics,” he said, adding that the opponents were still scared of Bhutto’s vision.
PPP’s train march against the federal government kicked off from Karachi’s Cantt Station on Tuesday under the leadership of party chairman Bilawal.
Titled as “Caravan-e-Bhutto”, the special train of the Pakistan Railways stopped at various locations, including Landhi, Kothri, Hyderabad. Shahdad Pur and Nawabshah among others, on its way to Larkana.
The train was booked at a cost of approximately Rs1.5 million and includes 14 bogies and has facilities such as air-conditioned sleepers, a luxury salon which includes a kitchen and a meeting room. Eight economy class bogies and two bogies for guards are also part of the caravan.

Abdul Gh Lone