The "biggest threat" to Pakistan's present and future is extremism, Pakistan Peoples Party co-Chairman Bilawal Bhutto has said as he sought people's support to eradicate "this menace" from the country by electing his party to power in the July 25 polls.
Bilawal, 39, said it was possible to create a peaceful and prosperous Pakistan if people fought extremism together.
"The biggest threat to Pakistan's present and future is extremism. I ask for your support in eradicating this menace from our society," Bilawal said.
"Together, we can fight extremism and create a peaceful, progressive and prosperous Pakistan," he said in a tweet.
Pakistan recently witnessed a series of terror attacks on political rallies, killing over 150 people, including two political leaders.
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