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Sharifs make V-signs despite being thieves, says Sheikh Rasheed

Sharifs make V-signs despite being thieves, says Sheikh Rasheed
March 27, 2019
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Minister for Information Sheikh Rasheed has said that the Sharifs make V-signs despite being thieves. Talking to the media on Wednesday, he said that Asif Zardari could give money; however, Nawaz Sharif might die, but would not return the looted money. He said that the people have come out of jails after their death. “I see no role of both families in politics in the future,” he said. The minister said that mastermind of the entire game is Shehbaz Sharif. “Nawaz Sharif is not what he looks.” Sheikh Rasheed said that only crow had died due to bombardment of the Indian jets. About the slogans inscribed on the train during the caravan of Bilawal Bhutto, he said that he would be glad if someone feels satisfaction by writing slogans against him. He said that money for painting the train would be charged from the PPP. The minister said that the PML-N wants the trial of all their cases in Lahore and the PPP in Karachi.
Now Bilawal has become ‘national zero’: Sheikh Rasheed
Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed that Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari would have been a national hero if he had come out against corruption, but now he has become a ‘national zero’. Speaking to journalists, Sheikh Rasheed clarified that he was just talking about the political ‘death’ of the PPP chairman, not the actual one. “Bilawal is moving towards political death for his father Asif Ali Zardari,” he added. “I am a bird lover. I cannot even think of killing someone,” the minister taunted at Bilawal. The minister the PPP chairman has been granted permission to lead a train march from Karachi to Larkana for the 40th death anniversary of PPP founder Zulfikar Ali Bhutto. He also regretted that he was not allowed to stage such a march via train in the past.