Asif Zardari knows what’s going to happen to him now: Sheikh Rasheed
LAHORE: Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed on Saturday said former president Asif Zardari was very well cognizant of the fact that what was going to happen to him that was why he had resorted to public gatherings, but masses will not take to streets for him now, ARY News reported.
“Once case of the falooda vendor comes out everything will be clear to him,” he said pointing towards a fake account made in the name of a falooda vendor through which huge transactions were made.
He said this while talking to media in Lahore in a reaction to the veteran Pakistan Peoples Party leader’s recent statement at his party’s rally in Hyderabad.
The railways minister said Zardari had spotted the writing on the wall and he was holding public meetings considering that people would protect him. Referring towards two labourers in whose name bank accounts were opened and huge transactions were made through them, he said Zardari knew who were the falooda vendor and the welder.
“The verdict in the falooda vendor case will spill the beans about him,” he said.
Earlier, Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry has also suggested Asif Ali Zardari to focus on his last 100 days in politics instead of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)’s initial 100-day performance.
Fawad Chaudhry said that the nation knew very well about the corruption of former president Asif Ali Zardari. He said that those who had ruled the country for thousands of days and looted the national exchequer were counting the days of PTI’s tenure.
Due to his incompetency and corruption Zardari turned a national party into a local party, said Fawad.