Jese bijli ka taar Jese khanjar ki dhaar, Jesey dozakh ki aag, Jesey zehrila naag, Jese garmi ki dhoop Jese shetan ka roop. Ab Full corruption ki bari hai, Q k ab daur-e-zardari hai, Ab lootna maal sarkari hai, Q k ab daur-e-zardari hai, Ab aap ki izzat aapki apni zimmadari hai, Q k izzat ka shikari Asif Ali zardari hai, Ab photi Qismat hamari hai, Q k ab nawaz sharif ka bhai Asif Ali zardari hai,. Apne roz humse nai umeed laga rakhi hai, apne dil me asha ki KIRAN jaga rakhi hai, hum roz kahan say naye msgs bhejen, hum ne kya sms ki factory laga rakhi hai. Na khuwabon me dekha na nazaron me dekha, me 1 humne tum hi ko daikha, Ghum dene wale to her pal hain yahan, Her pal khushi dene walo me 1 tumhi ko dekha.
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Pak former president Asif Ali Zardari hospitalised | World News - Hindustan Times
Pakistan's former president and PPP co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari was on Friday admitted to a hospitalafter feeling unwell, according to media reports. An anti-corruption court on Monday charged former Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari in two graft cases, a week after he was indicted in a major money laundering case. An anti-corruption court in Pakistan on Monday indicted former president Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur in a money laundering case, a move described by his party as "victimization" of opposition leaders. A Pakistan anti-corruption court on Wednesday indicted former president Asif Ali Zardari and ex-prime minister Yusuf Raza Gillani, while declared former premier Nawaz Sharif an absconder in the Toshakhana graft case that allegedly caused a heavy loss to the national exchequer. An anti-corruption court in Pakistan on Monday indicted former President Asif Ali Zardari through video link in a graft case where he was accused of influencing authorities to release loans to front companies. Pakistan's largest private broadcaster abruptly took an interview with former president Asif Ali Zardari off air shortly after it began, deepening fears of increasing censorship in a country already among the most dangerous in the world for media.
The lawmakers who are rolling in money and are holding precious assets include top politicians from almost all the mainstream parties, the Dawn News reported. Zardari's arrest prompted a strong reaction from the Opposition and sporadic protests by PPP workers in various parts of the country, mostly in the party-ruled Sindh province. Zardari's supporters and political aides resisted the arrest but later the security team was allowed to enter the house and the year-old leader surrendered after negotiation.
Former Pakistan president Asif Ali Zardari, who is out on bail after being charged in several corruption cases, was admitted to hospital in Karachi after he complained of feeling unwell. He was indicted last week in the Park Lane properties and Thatta water supply cases, and had pleaded not guilty. A spokesperson for Zardari said that doctors are conducting necessary medical tests in a private hospital in Karachi.