Bakhtawar claps again at Imran Khan for accusing Zardari of horse-trading

Former prime minister and PTI Chairman Imran Khan (L) and Foriegn Minister Bilawal Bhutto’s sister Bakhtawar Bhutto. — AFP/Intsgaram/File

KARACHI: Bakhtawar Bhutto Zardari, daughter of former president and PPP co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari, responded to the accusations hurled at her father by PTI chief and former prime minister Imran Khan in her tweet.

On Twitter, Khan alleged Zardari’s involvement in alleged horse-trading —  utilizing Sindh authorities’s “stolen” funds — to topple his authorities within the federal capital earlier in April this yr. He questioned if the Supreme Court docket was conscious of the explanations behind the occasions which have unfolded.

“After overthrowing the federal authorities utilizing Sindh authorities’s stolen cash and receiving NRO2, a convicted legal Asif Zardari with the Sharif mafia is now attempting to purchase MPAs to steal the mandate of Punjab’s individuals. I need to ask the Supreme Court docket if they’re conscious of this catastrophe?” he tweeted.

In response to his tweet, Bakhtawar threatened to sue Khan with defamation. She demanded that he method the court docket with proofs concerning the matter and reminded of committing treason for his actions and remark following the vote of no confidence.

“Nonetheless not over the completely not cellphone name? Why don’t you are taking your obsession with proof to court docket — in any other case you can be listening to from our legal professionals for defamation & lies. PS: pity you by no means learn the structure as a result of nothing goes to save lots of you for committing treason,” she tweeted.

Khan has accused the coalition authorities of bribing Punjab MPAs with presents of Rs. 50 crores to purchase out votes for choosing the province’s subsequent Chief Minister. He alleges Zardari as the primary man behind this sport and accuses him of receiving an NRO by means of his corruption. Khan says that Zardari is shopping for voters from stolen cash.

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