Co-chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari said on Wednesday he will not allow Nawaz Sharif win majority in Senate. “You have to resign,” he stressed.
The 61-year-old politician claimed to form PPP-led government in Punjab after next elections. He believes that he received good response in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).
While addressing to the Badin rally, he told that he would next go to Balochistan and ‘mend broken hearts’.
Zardari said he receives love wherever he goes in Pakistan, adding that people were deprived of basic facilities like food, clothes and accommodation.
He claimed Pakistan Muslim League (N) government never emphasises on rural areas saying, “Nawaz Sharif wants us not to make our own electricity.”
“He (PM Nawaz) has to leave, whether he leaves after two months or three,” he added.
PPP leader warned Nawaz Sharif that he would not let him win majority in Senate.
While referring to the land, he pointed out the residents of Badin and told that this land belonged to them. He said he asked Sindh CM to distribute land amongst the local inhabitants. “We will increase the quantity of Benazir Card by twice and make water reach land,” he promised.