Talking to the media at the Multan airport, he said the Raymond Davis incident had taken place on January 27 and he had resigned on January 30 in the presence of President Zardari and Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani. About joining the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), he said he would announce his political plans at a rally in Ghotki on November 27.
Responding to criticism from the PPP, he said he would not deny that his father did indeed have an association with General Ziaul Haq. “Some PPP leaders got emotional and also spoke about me and Ziaul Haq. They should not forget that it was under a military dictator that [Prime Minister Yusuf Raza] Gilani took oath as railways minister,” he added.
The former foreign minister said: “The [PPP] people think that they are smarter than Benazir. Their political vision is not even equal to her shoes.”
The former foreign minister lashed out at the PPP leadership and said neither Zardari nor Gilani had solutions to Pakistan’s external and internal problems. “They do not have the substance or intellectual depth to help the country solve its problems,” he added.
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