ISLAMABAD, (APP): PPP senior leader and former Interior Minister Senator A. Rehman Malik strongly reacted to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PIT) Chief Imran Khan criticism of former President Asif Ali Zardari .
He warned if he opened his mouth, Imran Khan will hide his face which PTI leadership knows well.
He said his party -PPP believes in decency in politics and avoids politics of mere criticism and abuse.
Reacting to Imran Khan criticism of PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari in his address to a rally in Hyderabad last night, Senator A. Rehman Malik said that Imran Khan is afraid of PPP's Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari growing popularity across the country so he is blemishing Asif Ali Zardari as PTI doesn't has any ideology to talk about except throwing mud on political opponents.
He added that Asif Ali Zardari bravely faced courts and has been vindicated of all allegations by courts.
He advised Imran Khan to be brave and face the courts and get himself clear of all allegations.
He said that he hopes that Imran Khan will no more hide from arrest warrants but will face the courts bravely.
'Sadiq & Amin' certificate from Election Commission of Pakistan as the sword of disqualification is hanging over his head.
He said that every law of the country was tried against Asif
Ali Zardari who faced worst kind of political victimization but justice stood tall and Zardari stood victorious in all cases.
He said as the future belongs to Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and
PPP so Imran Khan is suffering from frustration so he is talking nonsense about Zardari.
Answering to a question Senator A. Rehman Malik said that why should Chaudhry Manzoor or any leader of PPP Punjab tender resign after defeat in NA-120.
He said victory and defeat is part of election however PPP is looking into the causes behind defeat in NA-120.
He said PPP Punjab leadership tried best to win the election and successfully launch campaign.
He said that it is disinformation that PPP is considering resignation from Chaudhry Manzoor or any other after unsuccessful media campaign during by-election in NA-120