Chandio rejects Zardari’s London property media report

Irfan Aligi

Karachi—Sindh Chief Minister’s advisor on information Moula Bux Chandio has categorically rejected the allegations leveled by a selective private television in Pakistan against the former President Asif Ali Zardari with regard to his property in Hide Park in London.
The allegations were absolutely baseless and the report was fabricated with an aim to malign the former President.
The CM’s advisor quoted the former President as saying that he would relinquish the entire property as was claimed by the private television to the control of eminent social worker Abdul Sattar Edhi for his Public Trust.
Chandio said there is nothing new as allegation have also been levied against the former President in past and none of those baseless and shameful allegations were ever proven. It is in record of the history that all case registered against him on the basis of fake, baseless allegations could not be proven in any court of law but he was jailed for the crimes he never committed.
The Advisor on Information Moula Bux Chandio said that Zardari is a man of principal and believes in serving the masses without any discrimination and this new series of baseless allegations won’t weaken his firm resolve for serving the people, which he is doing quite diligently.
Chandio said that a pack of conspirators in Lahore has at the behest of their masters is engaged in gross tactical maneuvour of diverting the people’s attention from the corruption of their master and this new chapter of conspiracies is part of the media trial.
He said Pakistan People’s Party is well aware of the intentions of this typical pack of conspirators and they could not intimidate us because the PPP has always faced the trials and would still not run from the field.
He said the PPP is a pro-peoples party and does not have any asset that is concealed from them.
The Advisor also said that the PPP leadership is in consultation for a possible legal action against that particular private television.

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