ISLAMABAD: Former President and PPP Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari on Monday ruled out the possibility of dismissal of Qaim Ali Shah as Chief Minister of Sindh.
“Chief Minister of Sindh will not be changed. We are no afraid of governor rule in Sindh,” Zardari told media persons. “I have no fear of ‘magic wand’ either, he said, without elaborating.
The former president said that Safoora Goth carnage was carried out under a well-planned conspiracy.
He also spoke out against former friend and party’s dissenter Zulfiqar Mirza for the first time.
“Zulfiqar Mirza used dirty language. He used to say that his home and clothes were due to Zardari and now he talks things which are beyond my understanding,” he added.
Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali, who was in Karachi today, also voiced his opposition to the removal of Qaim Ali Shah. NNI