HYDERABAD: On Saturday, Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari said only parliament can take decisions for the nation, and that “individuals with three-year terms” have no right to do so.
“What right does an individual, who has a tenure of three years, to make decisions about my nation?” the PPP-co-chairman questioned, while addressing a public gathering here.
“Only parliament has this right and no one else.”
Without naming anyone, he said they keep visiting different places, questioning, “What does you have to do [with them]?
“There have been 900,000 case pending in courts, you should look into those,” he said.
“You have no future, why do you decide about the future of things?”