ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari denied involvement in the Rs35 billion money laundering scam.
The PPP co-chairman and his sister are amongst 20 suspects summoned by the Supreme Court on July 12 in relation to the case.
Speaking in an interview, the previous president stated that he’ll face the bogus instances like he did in the previous, including that he was despatched discover of Rs150 million somewhat than the propagated Rs35 billion.
“It’s difficult to stop whatever is happening through democratic means,” he stated. The PPP chief stated that his social gathering wouldn’t boycott the forthcoming polls.
“We won’t give anyone opportunity by boycotting the election,” he added.
He stated that it’s the time of election, not accountability.
“The accountability should be conducted before or after polls,” the previous president stated.
Responding to a query, Zardari stated that former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s politics depends on the approaching circumstances. “Whoever aspiring to make the next government after polls will have to speak to us,” he claimed.
Zardari stated he gained’t let anybody de-rail democracy in the nation.
“I will listen to everyone but in the end will do what is best in the interest of Pakistan and PPP,” he stated.