Sunday, 2 July 2017

Zardari Slams Sharif For Staying

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Zardari slams Sharif for staying away from NA sessions

Asif Ali Zardari, Pakistani People's Party co-president, accused Nawaz Sharif of his role as leader of the house in parliament.

Speaking at a meeting of party and supporters at a lunch hosted by Secretary of Sindh Law in Moro on Saturday, Sharif said Sharif had attended four general meetings in years. Former Prime Minister Mohammad Khan Junejo must have attended more talks than the Sharif election.

He said such precedents would reduce the attendance of parliamentarians by family leaders in the future.

The former president claimed Sharif was named prime minister because Sharif empowered Parliament through the 18th amendment. Otherwise, Sharif would have chosen the presidency and would remain in the presidency for the rest of his life, he added.

The country says it must clarify its foreign ministers and foreign policy.

He said that he should criticize the prime minister with less concern about foreign policy and have foreign ministers with clear foreign policy.

The PPP leader said Zulfikar Ali Bhutto was later reinforced by Buzitto and his (Zarhari) who laid the foundation for friendly relations with China.

In a clear statement to India, he said there is only one country against the China - Pakistan economic corridor, and that country is "a friend of Nawass Sharif."

Zardari said there are no countries in the world opposed to Pakistan's economic growth.

The former Pakistani president has never intimidated anybody and said he did not intend to do so.

Kashmir was an integral part of Pakistan and the Kashmirians were the most important agenda of the country and said it was close to the hearts of the people. He recalled that the United Nations resolution on Kashmir has not been implemented yet, and that the government has no foreign policy (to advance the cause of Kashmir).

Mizoram, Nagaland, Nepal were under Indian control and the world never looked into it, he said. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi added that he was embraced by people (during a foreign tour).

"Meanwhile, Mian Sahab is playing with Murree's pets while Pakistan is passing critical time."

He urged PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari to appoint a foreign minister two years ago and to strengthen diplomatic missions as he was defeated in a foreign war.

Regarding the recent wave of PPP leaders who joined Pakistan's Tehreek-i-Insaf, he said that loyal people are rotten eggs, not even Colonel Imran Khan will take it seriously and will not give a party ticket to the coming general election.

The country was full of all sorts of resources, a sharp brain of the brain, and Babus in Islamabad added that it must be understood. Benazir Bhutto said the government had set up a power plant establishment committee and expected a $ 40 billion investment in the sector, but later Nawaz Sharif said he had dreamed it was a wrong project.

"When the nation was in crisis, we always kept our strengths up," the PPP leader said.

Former Prime Minister Syed Qaim Ali Shah and opposition party Syed Khurshid Shah also addressed the event.

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