Zardari mocks judiciary, establishment, says puppet government to go soon

Criticising the high judiciary, Asif Ali Zardari, said the judiciary should decide on the court cases, which are in millions instead of deciding on the fate of the masses, which is job of the Parliament.

Former President and Pakistan People’s Party co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari addressing a public gathering in Hyderabad has said, mid-term elections would be held as the puppet government will be removed soon.

He said the government is not working properly and those who gave them the mandate are themselves worried, adding, they are thinking seriously that if the present government is given more time the situation in the country would get worse.

Asif Ali Zardari said, those who come for three years should not decide on our future. Pointing out the establishment, he said, he who they brought in the power was unsuccessful, is a failure and will be a failure. He can only talk about chicken and eggs, he added.

Criticising the high judiciary, he said, the judiciary should decide on the court cases, which are in millions instead of deciding on the fate of the masses, adding, this is the job of the Parliament.

He also said, those who come for three years must change their thinking pattern, only then the country can progress.