Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on Friday (Dec 21) during an informal conversation at Bilawal House, Karachi said that he does not have any type of fear regarding “fake documents,” adding that he will not surrender in hard time.
“We cannot be scared or threatened through fake documents. We have patience to bear as much as we are subjected to oppression,” he said. While referring to the ongoing money laundering case the PPP co-chairman said, “We are not the ones who would surrender in the face of difficult times,” he said. “We always emerge stronger than before in challenging situations.” “We will bear to an extent that the oppressors would grow tired [of oppressing us].” “The times faced by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto were difficult times”, he said. “She faced a dictator like General Zia with courage.” The PPP co-chairman said all allegations levelled against them were “false and baseless.
While PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari condemned ‘attempts’ to roll back the 18th Constitutional Amendment and said “A conspiracy is being hatched for pushing the country towards the One-Unit. Basic utilities such as gas and electric supply have been suspended while due shares of the provinces are also being withheld by the federation. A campaign has also been launched in support of disputed Kalabagh Dam,” he said. “The PPP restored the 1973 Constitution in its original form through the 18th Amendment and the party will not compromise on that amendment because the PPP has always defeated undemocratic forces.”
“Mohtarma’s death anniversary will be commemorated with zeal and passion and the party will also announce a new strategy after the PPP Central Executive Committee meeting,” Bilawal added.
Earlier on Friday (Dec 21) a banking court has extended the interim pre-arrest bail of former president, PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur till January 7 in an ongoing money laundering case.
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17 November, 2019