Zardari says PPP to remain at war with PML-N | Pakistan
GARHI HUDA BUKS: Co-chairman of the People's Party of Pakistan Asif Ali Zardari said on Wednesday that his party will remain at war with the political rival and ruling PML-N party.
Zardari appealed to the rally in Gary Huda Buksh about the 39th anniversary of the birth of the party's founder and former Prime Minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto.
"No matter what happens, we will remain at war with [PML-N] because you are not democratic, you [Nawaz]] like the emperor of the Great Moguls," said the former president.
Zardari also warned that his party would take the Punjab government "from" the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N). He warned that, like the recent elections for the presidency of the Senate, he would not allow the ruling party to win the forthcoming general election in Punjab – the voting stronghold of PML-N.
"I said six months ago that I will not allow Nawaz to elect his party's chairman in the Senate, and now I say that we will not allow PML-N to form its government in the Punjab," he said.
"Regardless of who we should form an alliance with, we will not do this with PML-N," said the PPP co-chair, adding that his party will take Nawaz before withdrawing from politics.
He also accused the ruling party of joining the institution in order to conspire against PPP.