Will not go to election without electoral reforms, says Asif Ali Zardari
ISLAMABAD (92 News) - PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari has said that the government will not go to the election without electoral reforms.
Talking to the media on Wednesday, he said that they would go to the election after changing the law. "I had talked to Mian Sahib last night and saying this after consulting him. What has Imran Khan done earlier and now he is calling for the early election? We do not want any selected should come again," he added.
Referring to Imran Khan, Asif Zardari said that what sort of the Nawab of Bengal is who has Mir Jafar and Mir Sadiq. "A plan was made to break up Pakistan after martyring Benazir Bhutto. Had I not raised the slogan of Pakistan Khapay, situation would have not been so," he maintained.
He said: "Had the no-confidence motion against Imran Khan been tabled under the direction of the US Biden would have patted me on phone as he is my friend."
Asif Zardari said that non-political personalities will be appointed to the NAB so that no one should be used political. "Only we can run Pakistan. It has been proved through this act that they can remain neutral. Whether I should salute Bajwa Sahib for being non-political or quarrel with him," he questioned.
The former president said that they would allocate seats for overseas Pakistanis in the assemblies. "The MQM had set the condition of governorship. For this reason, we had to accept his word," he concluded.