Zardari in no mood to give more time to govt

Tariq Saeed

Peshawar
Predicting that Pakistan Peoples Party will sweep the next elections in all five provinces of the country the former president and Pakistan People’s Party co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari Wednesday said he is in no mood to give more time to prime Minister Nawaz Sharif government which, he said had proved incompetent during the last four years.
We have given them (PML) N long four years but they proved to be totally incompetent and unable to deliver”. Asif Zardari said while talking to Media persons during his last leg of visit to Peshawar on Wednesday,
The former President demanded of the quarters concerned to make public without further delay the inquiry report of the Army Public School (APS) Peshawar carnage.
He alleged that PPP was not allowed to win in the 2013 general elections which were rigged through the Returning Officers. “The last general elections in the country were that of returning officers and Pakistan Peoples Party did not campaign for the polls in 2013. This time my party will not allow RO elections in the country and all my party workers would not leave for their homes before receiving complete election results”. He said.
Zardari announced his party will launch a full-fledged election campaign this time adding Bilawal and I will campaign in Balochistan, South Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, while my sister and Aseefa will campaign in Sindh,” he said. He declared “I promise to not let anyone rig the elections this time
Taking a jib at Prime Minister Mian Nawaz Sharif, PPP co-Chairman said Nawaz calls himself Lion which is an animal and a beast and cannot be beneficial for any one, “Moreover, Nawaz Sharif is not a jungle lion but he is a circus lion”. He said. Zardari said he didn’t consider Pak Sarzamin Party (PSP) a political force.
“PSP is not a party”. He replied to a query. Also coming hard on the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa, Zardari said he saw no change in the KP and hoped that people of the province would vote PPP into power in the forthcoming polls.

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