PPP’s MPAs pleading us to get rid of them, claims Ali Zaidi
KARACHI (92 News) – Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Syed Ali Zaidi has claimed that the MPAs of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) are contacting to join the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).
“PPP MPAs are contacting us and the organisers of their rallies are pleading us to get rid of them,” the minister said while talking to the journalists on Sunday. He added that the PPP cannot control its own members of provincial assembly.
“Zardari Saheb the game is over now! You and your family cannot be saved from the accountability,” the minister warned. He also said that Ali Haider Zaidi said the JIT report has made several things clear about the PPP leadership and has revealed their corruption.
Ali Zaidi said that former president Asif Ali Zardari’s massage therapist Mushtaq visited foreign trips with model Ayyan Ali at 88 times. He also asked that how the Sindh government was transferred to Bahria Town.
Ali Zaidi said the situation in Sindh has deteriorated abysmally under the PPP government and now is the time to take steps to change this system of corruption. He further said that all the institutions in the country are working independently without any interference from the government in the accountability procedure.
The federal minister said the cases against PPP leader Asif Zardari were not started by PTI but PML(N) government. “The ruling party in Sindh had destroyed health, education and other departments, now is the time to take steps to change this system of corruption.”
“PPP demanded resignation from then prime minister, Nawaz Sharif, after he was named in Panama JIT, now Sindh’s CM has been named in JIT, why he is not resigning? he asked.
“We will protest, if CM Sindh was not removed,” warned Ali Zaidi and said PPP can change its chief minister in Sindh, they do not have any issue.
These remarks of the minister came after the JIT revealed the corruption of the PPP leaders’. Following to this, the PTI-led government placed 172 names of the PPP leaders including PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, co-chairman and Zardari among other party stalwarts such as Member of Sindh Assembly Faryal Talpur and Sindh CM Shah on the ECL.
Earlier today, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry, PM’s Special Aide Zulfi Bukhari and Punjab senior minister Aleem Khan also demanded of the Sindh’s Chief Executive Syed Murad Ali Shah, to step down from his office, as he has been named in JIT probing fake bank accounts case.