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  • Asif Ali Zardari says hunger for power is maddening Imran Khan day by day.
  • Says judiciary must decide if Imran Khan is above the law.
  • Urges politicians to leave politics and focus on flood affectees.
Former president and PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari urged on Tuesday the institutions and government to establish their writ as he took a jibe at PTI Chairman Imran Khan for criticising Pakistan's armed forces, police and judiciary.

"The institutions and government will have to establish their writ or else the law, Constitution and institutions will keep falling pray to his [Imran Khan] demands," a statement issued on Twitter stated.


In a meeting with Sindh ministers, Zardari was quoted as saying by the PPP said that the flood affectees in all four provinces are looking towards the government for help while the hunger for power is driving Imran Khan crazy day by day.

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"This person is criticising our army every day and the same army's officers and soldiers are fighting against terrorists and laying down their lives in two provinces. He threatens the army, police and then a female magistrate and challenges them to arrest him," he said.


Zardari said that the judiciary must decide if Imran Khan is above the law, can take extra-judicial actions against "me, Mian Nawaz Sharif, my sister and Maryam Nawaz while trampling every law himself."


He also drew attention towards the flood emergency situation in all the four provinces and said that politicians should focus on the flood victims instead of engaging in politics.
 

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  • Asif Ali Zardari says hunger for power is maddening Imran Khan day by day.
  • Says judiciary must decide if Imran Khan is above the law.
  • Urges politicians to leave politics and focus on flood affectees.
Former president and PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari urged on Tuesday the institutions and government to establish their writ as he took a jibe at PTI Chairman Imran Khan for criticising Pakistan's armed forces, police and judiciary.

"The institutions and government will have to establish their writ or else the law, Constitution and institutions will keep falling pray to his [Imran Khan] demands," a statement issued on Twitter stated.


In a meeting with Sindh ministers, Zardari was quoted as saying by the PPP said that the flood affectees in all four provinces are looking towards the government for help while the hunger for power is driving Imran Khan crazy day by day.

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"This person is criticising our army every day and the same army's officers and soldiers are fighting against terrorists and laying down their lives in two provinces. He threatens the army, police and then a female magistrate and challenges them to arrest him," he said.


Zardari said that the judiciary must decide if Imran Khan is above the law, can take extra-judicial actions against "me, Mian Nawaz Sharif, my sister and Maryam Nawaz while trampling every law himself."


He also drew attention towards the flood emergency situation in all the four provinces and said that politicians should focus on the flood victims instead of engaging in politics.
Only politician who can make inroads in Sindh right now is IK. I hope the sh t show in Punjab right now settles down so PTI can focus on interior Sindh.
 

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Loving cries from these once considered untouchable "Fira'uns" in Pakistan.

"Ek Zardari, sabb par bhari".

LOL.

Allah nay Khan kay zariye isko aukat dhika di...

Doesnt matter whether IK wins or not, how he has fought against these mafias is unbelievable and true legend for the ages to come!

Hats off skipper!
 

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  • Asif Ali Zardari says hunger for power is maddening Imran Khan day by day.
  • Says judiciary must decide if Imran Khan is above the law.
  • Urges politicians to leave politics and focus on flood affectees.
Former president and PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari urged on Tuesday the institutions and government to establish their writ as he took a jibe at PTI Chairman Imran Khan for criticising Pakistan's armed forces, police and judiciary.

"The institutions and government will have to establish their writ or else the law, Constitution and institutions will keep falling pray to his [Imran Khan] demands," a statement issued on Twitter stated.


In a meeting with Sindh ministers, Zardari was quoted as saying by the PPP said that the flood affectees in all four provinces are looking towards the government for help while the hunger for power is driving Imran Khan crazy day by day.

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"This person is criticising our army every day and the same army's officers and soldiers are fighting against terrorists and laying down their lives in two provinces. He threatens the army, police and then a female magistrate and challenges them to arrest him," he said.


Zardari said that the judiciary must decide if Imran Khan is above the law, can take extra-judicial actions against "me, Mian Nawaz Sharif, my sister and Maryam Nawaz while trampling every law himself."


He also drew attention towards the flood emergency situation in all the four provinces and said that politicians should focus on the flood victims instead of engaging in politics.
IK is 'power hungry.
What 'PDM' is hungry for? Any idea of their hunger?


Not allegedly as a fact, should has seen the grin on his face when he found out…
Dear, if some of us in Pakistan, witnessing the present state of fascism everyone should exercise extra precaution while expressing his/her 'freedom of expression'.

Pickle De Mix, has given democracy a new height in Pakistan.
 

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