Asif Ali Zardari, the Co-Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party, spoke in Islamabad. He clarified the reason for removing the PTI government wasn’t due to their governance. Zardari emphasized strong support for the Palestinian cause, while also expressing disappointment in Pakistan’s insufficient efforts.
He highlighted his party’s achievements in empowering the parliament and reducing presidential powers during their time in office. According to Zardari, the PTI government had not effectively governed the country during its tenure. He stressed that their decision to remove PTI from power was driven by a commitment to Pakistan’s betterment and economic development.
Zardari reiterated his party’s enduring political philosophy inspired by leaders like Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto. He declared their unwavering dedication to these principles.
In a message of political openness, Zardari encouraged everyone, including political adversaries, to pursue their goals. He pledged to uphold their unique political philosophy and welcome opponents in the electoral process. Zardari’s statement outlined his party’s stance on governance and democracy, rooted in their political heritage and vision for Pakistan’s future.