Zardari claims credit for giving identity to Pakhtuns


NOWSHERA: Former president and co-chairman of PPP Asif Ali Zardari Wednesday said that Pakistan Peoples Party had given Pakhtuns their identity by changing the name of the province as Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
He was addressing a workers at Manki Sharif. He said the PPP did not give any favour to Pakhtuns by helping them to secure their identity, “but we just want Pakhtuns to not detach themselves from Pakistan.” “We [just] want Pakistan and [its] Pukhtuns to be respected.”
Zardari criticised the condition of Nowshera, saying it was where KP Chief Minister Pervez Khattak belonged to but he had not done much for the betterment of his district.
“They [the PTI leaders] claim of making a new Pakistan,” Zardari said. “But they have not even worked on a single village.”
The PPP co-chairperson maintained that people in power in KP were doing politics of pretence and do not actually know what their land and its people want.


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