Imran Khan can’t complete his 5-year constitutional term: Asif Zardari
BADIN: Prime Minister Imran Khan will fail to complete his five years constitutional tenure, Pakistan People’s Party co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari said this today.
Former President was addressing a public gathering in District Badin on the eve of the death anniversary of a peasant leader Fazil Rahu during which he criticized PM Imran Khan saying “Listen all Pakistanis, Imran Khan could not complete his five-year government term.”
PPP leader also said that his party had always been inclined towards the grief stricken and underprivileged sect of the society, and her wife was martyred under a conspiracy against the people of the country.”
Slamming PM, Zardari said “If you have become a prime minister of this country by chance then you should have learn how to govern.”
Commenting on the last election result Zardari said it was largely rejected by the entire nation and reprimanded that “Don’t push us that much exorbitantly against the wall, that everything then will go beyond control.”