Reacting to criticism by the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf (PTI) chief against the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leadership in his public meetings, he said that Imran Khan on the advice of some “non-state actors and followers of dictatorship” launched a movement against the elected government.
“This he is doing in his power-hunger and is serving the purpose of some unscrupulous elements. Therefore, PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari decided to extend his party’s support to the system established through a democratic transfer of power,” he said.
He added that the political strategy envisaged by Asif Zardari upset Imran Khan’s “apple-cart and his dreams, which he was seeing in the broad day light to become prime minister, shattered badly”.
“We always welcome constructive criticism but would never tolerate you (Imran Khan) to use foul language against our leaders. Don’t force us to demonstrate tit for tat,” he warned.
Sharjeel Memon further said that the PPP leadership has developed culture of tolerance, broadmindedness and political co-existence. “I would suggest you not to break this code, otherwise you will face the music and would not be able to show your face in your public meetings,” he concluded.