President Asif Ali Zardari and His Affiliation with Pakistan Peoples Party

President Asif Ali Zardari and His Affiliation
Yesterday an interview of Asif Ali Zardari with senior correspondants of TV channels was broadcasted. This interview was given by him as President of Pakistan. He may be sitting in his home Bilawal House which was declared as President House. On one side was the flag of Pakistan and on the other side was President’s standard. So this was purely office of the President of Pakistan.
But at the background on the wall there was a big size portrait of late Benazir Bhutto. No president of any country display his wife’s picture where actually the picture of Muhammad Ali Jinnah should have been there.

Basically, he protrayted her as the founder of the Pakistan.

Is it legal and constitutional?
I did not see any of the correspondents raised any question about that.Next day, I did not see anything in the newspapers also.
Did chief justice saw that? He is very fond of taking suo motto.

Obviously, he was promoting PPP while sitting in the President House. A case is pending in the Lahore High Court about Asif Ali Zardari should surrender his position as co-chairperson of the PPP. They could not do it during the last five years. Few months ago he did resigned from that position at his own choice. So called free judiciary could not do anything. But he has still made President House as PPP House.

Did any political party raised any question about that.  I have not seen any statement or heard anything.

Leaders of Nawaz League, namely Khawaja Asif was saying yesterday we will not allow anybody to do anything against constitution of Pakistan. We will have to assume in his eyes displaying Benazir Bhutto’s picture in place of Qaud-e-Azam is according to constitution of Pakistan.

The nation which in immune and does not care about their history, unfortunately history also does not care about them.

President Asif Ali Zardari and His Affiliation with Pakistan Peoples Party
President Asif Ali Zardari and His Affiliation with Pakistan Peoples Party

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