Zardari doubts Imran Khan will complete five years
BADIN (92 News) – Former president and Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday predicted that Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan would not complete his five years’ tenure.
Addressing a public gathering in Badin, Zardari claimed that surely PM Imran Khan must not complete his tenure of five years. He also mentioned that the people from all the provinces refused to accept the election results.
“Listen everyone in Pakistan! Imran Khan would not complete his term,” the PPP co-chairman said. You should learn to govern if you have accidentally become a prime minister. Learn how to run a country,” he advised the prime minister.
Criticizing the prime minister, Zardari said, “Imran Khan doesn’t even know where the rising dollar is leading to.” Zardari warned that the government should not push the PPP against the wall because people will get out of his hands.
The former president also said that the PPP has always sided with the poor and downtrodden. “Shaheed Benazir Bhutto was martyred under a conspiracy against the people of the country as they don’t want to give rights to the people.”
Commenting on the economic condition of people, the PPP co-chairman said white collar people with modest means face difficulties to meet the ends.
Lashing out the incumbent government, the PPP leader lamented that the war of rulers only with the 18th amendment.
Earlier, during the speech in NA, Zardari said that there was no need to topple the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government as it would fall down itself.
NAB chairman should appear before parliament
The PPP co-chairman claimed that the state’s institutions have badly failed, “Time has come to summoned NAB Chairman Justice (r) Javed Iqbal before the house.”
Zardari urged Imran Khan-led government to rein in the NAB to end the uncertainty in the country. He advised the government that the state machinery cannot work smoothly if the uncertainty continues to prevail.
“Why will you go to the NAB chairman?” he asked the MNAs present, before declaring: “The NAB chairman should appear in person before the parliament.”
Zardari said the matter was not personal to him because he had encountered many NABs during his career and will continue to face them.