LAHORE (APS) – Former president Asif Ali Zardari on Sunday said that his party won’t let democracy’s ship sink because of ‘conspiracy dramas’, adding that it is up to them to decide when government stays and leaves, APS News reported.
Addressing on the occasion of 47th Foundation Day of PPP, Zardari said that the worst form of democracy is better than the best form of martial law. He said his party will neither overthrow government nor will it allow democracy’s ship sink over “4 months of conspiracy dramas”.
Former president said if the ‘go Nawaz go’ chant appeals PPP workers then he won’t stop them but, he said, it should be on their pitch instead of anyone else’s.
He said they are not in a hurry at this time and that they should let Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan bowl so that the “pitch is corrected”.
He said the government will stand as long as he wants it to stand and will let is collapse when he wants it to.
He said allowing others to play will help strengthen democracy.
Zardari said that the one who is in Islamabad believes in “short politics”, adding that today’s politics has a lot of ‘misguided kids’.
He said he now doubts on even cricket career of those who talk about ‘third umpires’.