Zar­dari can­not es­cape ac­count­abil­ity: Za­man

The Financial Daily - - NATIONAL -

KARACHI: Pak­istan Tehreek-e-In­saf (PTI) Karachi Pres­i­dent Khur­rum Sher Za­man vis­ited Urdu Bazar and ex­pressed his dis­tress on the no­tices is­sued by KMC to va­cate the shops and stated that this is not il­le­gal pos­ses­sion.

This is a mar­ket built by KMC it­self. PTI Lead­er­ship can­not sit quiet on this cru­elty and in­jus­tice.

Sher Za­man stated, "You are mak­ing peo­ple un­em­ployed in the guise of court orders. We will raise our voice in the Sindh As­sem­bly and ev­ery fo­rum. My state­ment makes the Mayor Karachi de­famed while he has no fame.

Mayor Karachi sent me a no­tice of Rs. 500 mil­lion (50 crore). You de­mol­ished the shops while you could in­crease the rent of the shops in­stead. Mayor Karachi and Sindh Gov­ern­ment both to­gether made the en­tire Sindh look ugly."

He added, "We can see a joke on the name of schools where stu­dents ex­ist and on the other side there are schools with­out staff. No clean wa­ter, air is un­healthy and peo­ple are dy­ing due to poi­son­ing in their diet. Omni Group looted the pub­lic money and there is no ex­am­ple in the his­tory of such cor­rup­tion.

Omni Group's mas­ter­mind Asif Ali Zar­dari can­not es­cape from ac­count­abil­ity. To­day on 9th of Jan­uary, I am go­ing to Islamabad where we will meet the cen­tral lead­er­ship of PTI. We will talk to se­nior lead­er­ship about Asif Ali Zar­dari Case. On 10th of Jan­uary, there is a hear­ing of the case against Asif Ali Zar­dari."

"Peo­ple will re­ceive some good news soon. The Na­tional As­sem­bly seat of Asif Ali Zar­dari is in dan­ger due to the crime of hid­ing his as­sets. We re­quest the PPP lead­ers to ad­vise Asif Ali Zar­dari to face his cases in­stead of crit­i­ciz­ing PTI," the PTI Karachi Pres­i­dent said.

Khur­rum Sher Za­man stated, "PTI will prove it­self bet­ter in the up­com­ing by­e­elec­tion of PS-94. The op­po­si­tion will fall to the ground and PTI will be the vic­tor." - NNI

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