Asif Ali Zardari, co-chair of the Pakistan Peoples Partie (PPP) said that sending former president General Pervez Musharraf home would not give him problems with bringing down Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Zardari said that the opposition parties ought to change their tactic and their thinking on anti-government driven powers rather than “predictably one another” at a rally held in Garhí Khuda Buksh to commemorate the anniversary of the death of PM Benazir Bhutto.
In the government struggle, the PPP would like to see both sides on the same pages, but “we should not dictate what to do.” “We’re going to have to fill up the prisons,” Zardari said, adding Benazir has given her party the message to carry on fighting for Pakistan.
The former president said that the PTI had little value in Pakistan, taking part in Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government, and it would come to an end just as Gen Musharraf founded the party in his time.
The co-chairman of the PPP says that Imran’s administration has left sometimes.” These [PTI] are people who run a cricket team and not the world,” he muttered. “It’s the ones running cricket teams.
He said that through the National Oversight Bureau the government that is in the office is threatening political rivals (NAB).
“A black market is run by NAB and businessmen are granted warrants,” Zardari said adding that during his term the PPP never targeted opposition politicians.
PDM renews the demand to phase out PM Imran Khan :
On Sunday, the Pakistan Democratic Movement reiterated its demand to Prime Minister Imran Khan that he resign before 31 January, saying that the opposition to Islamabad will otherwise “face a long march”
In commemoration of the 13th anniversary of the death of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto, Garhi Khuda Bakhsh was a gathered 11-party opposition coalition in Larkana.
PPP President Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said the party workers would march down to the capital and “drag him off his seat” if the Premer does not resign by then.
The country, and anyone who thinks the opponent would oppose it, need just look at Garhi Khuda Bakhsh’s Bhutto mausolea. PPP president Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said.
He spoke of the struggles of his grandparents and his uncles both of them who ‘sacrificed their lives’ but ‘not influenced their political convictions.’
“Look at Benazir Bhutto’s life, spent in the service of the people,” he said.
“Benazir survives today in everyone’s hearts, and their names are lost for those who fought with her.
“Ziaul Haq’s grave lies unattended, and Gen Pervez Musharraf is living a life of disgrace abroad,” said Bilawal.
“Benazir’s presence is sorely missed today, and if she were around, these puppets would not dare compete,” said the Young PPP chief, who had lost their mother at a tender age.
“the clouds of oppression are dispersing,” Bilawal said that it is time for the “criminal rulers” to be held accountable.
“If you are ready, if you are with me, no power in the world can stop us,” he said.
‘What’s on the same page and on the same level,’ he said. “When the PDM asks for a long march, you must be ready.
Bilawal again asked the workers: “Are you ready for the long march? Are you ready to fill the jails?”
He also asked if they were able to get to Islamabad and “drag the puppet Prime Minister from his chair”
The president of the PPP declared that the opposition came out “to overthrow the government and uphold democracy” “We will drive away these puppets with your strength.”
“Only one guy,” says Maryam united PDM.
Vice President of PML-N Maryam Nawaz started her speech in Sindhi to the surprise of the audience.
Since her arrival in the area, she thanked her hosts for their generosity and hospitality.
Maryam said it was deplorable to hear that in the struggle and for her religion, Benazir Bhutto, the first female Muslim Prime Minister, “had to lay down her life” She told the Bhutto family that it’s a pain she too bears.
Maryam remembered how Nawaz Sharif was among the first to be informed on this dark day and how he welcomed and expressed their sorrow with the PPP leaders that day.
She said she knows what mother’s going to miss. “The grief is still fresh from two and a half years ago”
“When Bilawal was still so young, I still had to spend time with my parents, but he lost his mum.
As never before, Maryam has said today, she pours her heart out. She remembered profound memories of a day with Benazir.