My next target is Asif Zardari: PM Imran Khan
PM Imran Khan speaking a conference in Colombo Sri Lanka: Photo grabbed from TV screen

News Desk:

Prime Minister, Imran Khan on Wednesday lashed out at opposition leaders during an address to party workers in Karachi. “My next target is Asif Zardari”, Mr. Khan said. For a long time, Zardari has been on my radar, Mr. Khan said.

He leveled serious allegations against Asif Ali Zardari, the Co-Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP). “Teach your son Urdu language”, Mr. Khan asked former President Asif Ali Zardari.

Asif Zardari your time is near,” he warned the PPP leader. The prime minister also said that Zardari had funds earmarked to force PTI members to switch loyalties. “One of my MNAs told me he was offered Rs200 million,” he claimed.

PM Khan lashes out at Asif Zardari

He lashed out at the PPP co-chairperson for allegedly feigning sickness when he was summoned for hearings by the National Accountability Bureau in graft cases.

The Premier accused Asif Ali Zardari of killing his political opponents through police in Sindh. “I will not spare you”, Mr. Khan warned. PM also called on leaders of the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Pakistan and discussed the prevailing political situation developed in the aftermath of the submission of the no-confidence motion.

The Prime Minister strongly criticized Maulana Fazal ur Rehman, the Chief of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM). He said Maulana has deceived the people under the sacred name of Islam. He also lashed out at Pakistan Muslim League (N) President, Shehbaz Sharif and leveled serious allegations.

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