KARACHI: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on Sunday accepted to have links with Anwar Majeed, whose is being investigated by law-enforcement agencies.
The former president speaking to media after a visit at the mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam, refused to comment further and directed all queries towards the interior minister.
“Yes I have relations with Anwar Majeed. As for what happened with him and why it happened, ask the Interior Minister about it,” he said.
Zardari said that he is in contact with Dr. Asim Hussain and his counsels and expressed hope that he will receive justice.
He said that he was undergoing medical treatment in Dubai and London and has traveled to Pakistan after permission from doctors.
While answering a question, he said that he will reveal his further course of action and provide good news in his address on December 27.
Law-enforcement agencies had on Sunday conducted a raid at the residence of Anwar Majeed located in the Defence Housing Authority area. Majeed’s company Omni Group was raided on Friday and weapons were also recovered.
However, spokesman for the Chief Minister House denied that the raid was conducted stating that there was no house of Majeed in Phase 8 DHA as claimed. He also denied reports that Salman Khawaja, the head of the Omni Group, had been arrested.