Asif Zardari submits surety bonds after bail from banking court
KARACHI (92 News) – Former president Asif Ali Zardari on Saturday said what can they say about a country where the chief justice conducts raids.
He was talking to reporters outside a local banking court in Karachi where he had come to submit surety bonds after having secured interim bail in a money laundering case a day earlier.
The former president furnished bail bonds of Rs2 million and signed documents. Outside the banking court, journalists once again asked Zardari why he had come to court by car, not helicopter. To this, the former president responded, “Let’s see when I get it.”
When asked that helicopters have become ‘inexpensive’, the PPP co-chairman said, “Yes, I’m hearing that it costs Rs50-55 per kilometre.”
In response to a question about the presidential election, the former president said, “Maulana Fazl may withdraw from the contest.”