Former Pakistan President Zardari said - Running the country is not like running a cricket team

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Former Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari targeted PM Imran Khan. He said that running the country is not the same as running a cricket team.


Speaking on the 13th death anniversary of former Pakistan PM Benazir Bhutto, Ali Zardari said that this government will end on its own. He also said that a different mindset is needed to run a country that they do not have.


Zardari strongly attacked the government and challenged the government to conduct elections and see who the people are standing behind. He further said that the National Accountability Bureau has started blackmailing people. Zardari said that I said in the assembly on the first day that runs the country or runs the National Accountability Bureau.


Opposition in Pakistan is raising its voice against the Imran government. The Pakistan Democratic Movement has been holding anti-government rallies against the Imran Khan government over allegations of electoral rigging, corruption, and dominance of the Pakistan Army in the country's politics.

In these rallies, the entire opposition is simultaneously attacking the Imran government, and demands are removed from the throne. PDM has organized six PDM rallies since 16 October in Peshawar, Gujranwala, Karachi, Quetta, Multan, and Lahore, which have received considerable public support in these rallies.

People in Pakistan are constantly asking questions to the government. At the same time, large rallies of opposition parties have attracted a lot of people towards themselves. Opposition parties rallied fiercely.

The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), a newly formed coalition of eleven opposition parties, is steadily becoming stronger and becoming popular throughout the country, which has given sleep to the Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf (PTI) government.

If a report card of the government and government's access to people two and a half years ago is prepared, no one will see much success in any department of the government.