Asif Zardari rings alarm bells for Sharifs
LAHORE – Former president Asif Ali Zardari has vowed that he would not let Pakistan Muslim league Nawaz rule again citing that he had outsmarted the party in Senate elections as well.
Talking to a delegation, led by former information minister Qamar Zaman Kaira on Thursday, Zardari said that their (PPP) hands were tied in 2013 elections while PML-N won the battle through rigging, adding that the situation was different now and the ruling party would now understand the complexity of the situation.
The Pakistan Peoples Party co-chairman said that no party would be able to form a government without the support of PPP.
Zardari continued that Shehbaz led PML-N had provided no relief to the masses, claiming that the public would avenge it by not electing the party in next elections.