Asif Zardari warns Nawaz Sharif

Asif Zardari warns Nawaz Sharif

Former President Asif Ali Zardari warned the government that it doesn’t take too long for time to change.

“I am threatening the government and its minister. I am also threatening the man whose hair is never ruined,” he said. “It is possible that you will fall down on my feet like Saif-ur-Rehman.”

Zardari made these remarks during an interview with Hamid Mir on Capital Talk. The interview aired on Geo News on Wednesday.

“How dare the National Accountability Bureau chief file a case against me? What position does he have?” he claimed.  

“They do injustice but forget it doesn’t take long for time to change. They try their best but I don’t feel threatened,” he said.  

“Even after rejecting the results of election, we supported democracy,” he said. “If I didn’t take the oath then someone else would have come, and with that person you would have not been able to democracy work.”

Sharing his future plans, he said Bilawal and I will go to this parliament only. “We will go to this parliament. For a political hunt it is necessary to go the politicians' nest.”

“No politician can open an account in any other country except Nawaz Sharif,” he said, adding “I am also waiting for the verdict on Panama case.”

When asked about Swiss Bank account, he said if there is money is Swiss Bank then it belongs to foreigners and not Pakistanis.” I don’t have money in Swiss Bank,” he claimed.

Speaking about relationship with US, he said “I don’t want entry in US, I want trade relationship.”

He also said, “We had a lot of expectations from Barack Obama. He didn’t reach his full potential like we thought he would.”

The PPP co-chairperson also mentioned military courts. “Military courts were also established for two years previously,” he said, adding “our advice on military courts was disliked by few of our friends.”