Asif Zardari will return to Pakistan on 23rd Dec, announces Bilawal



Chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has announced that former President of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari will be returning to Pakistan on 23rd Dec as doctors have finally allowed Asif Zardari to travel.

In a media talk, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said that now with the arrival of Asif Ali Zardari, PPP will become stronger and play the role of real opposition. With Asif Zardari, PPP will have more capabilities to get stronger than before and will force government to accept their four demands as soon as possible.

Bilawal told that everyone prayed for Asif Zardari’s health and now he is able enough to come back to Pakistan to join Pakistan People’s Party (PPP)’s movements. He said that PPP leaders are being dragged into several cases so that PPP’s political movements could get weakened. He also added that Asif Zardari would get historical welcome upon his arrival.

Earlier on 20th Nov, former President Asif Ali Zardari said that he had not been in exile and will surely come back to Pakistan soon. He was talking to a journalist in a talk show. Asif Zardari has been in Dubai since June 2015 after bashing Pakistan’s military and it generals critically while addressing a ceremony. Last year, Rangers along with National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has arrested one of the closed allies of Zardari, Dr. Asim Hussain for having corruption charges and giving medical assistance to terrorists.

Bilawal Bhutto once again reminded the government to fulfill his four demands or otherwise get ready to face PPP on roads. PPP Chairman also stated that Dr. Asim Hussain is a political victim and has been targeted upon personal interests and rifts.

Bilawal also responded to Chaudhary Nisar and tweeted that yes he is the son of Benzair Bhutto, by adding that PMLN should be afraid of him. Ch. Nisar yesterday had called Bilawal a kid and non-serious child who only ridicule the others.

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