Zardari expresses ‘reservations’ with ruling coalition
LAHORE, March 7,2023 – Explaining that Sindh had reservations over the digital census that is currently underway across the country, former president Asif Ali Zardari said on Monday that his party has its own stance and the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) has its own.
Speaking to reporters at the residence of local PPP leader Shehryar Khakwani a day after his son warned that the PPP may not remain part of the federal cabinet if their concerns were not addressed, Mr Zardari said his party was “part of the government” but not a member of the PDM alliance, adding that they would consider the question of alliances with other political parties when the elections are held.
Calling politics “the art of the possible”, he said that while negotiations could be held with politicians and political parties, Imran Khan was not a politician.
Zardari said that in his recent meeting with Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Maulana Fazlur Rehman, no discussion was held about elections.