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Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Zardari Unpopular Even Amongst PPP Voters?

According to the agents of pro-Taliban and anti-democracy forces, President Asif Ali Zardari is unpopular even amongst PPP supporters. Some elements have suggested that if Zardari is removed (?) from power, no more than a handful of Pakistani citizens will feel sorrow for him or for PPP. Here is an analysis by Abbas Ather.


Aamir Mughal said...

so-called Investigative Journalist-cum- GEO TV Political Analyst (read Tout) i.e. Kamran Khan [Correspondent of The News/Jang & Former Correspondent of The Washington Pots] and many like him are so insecure that to prove their credibility they always quote ISI, Army Sources, Unnamed Political Sources, or IRI Survey.

REALITY OF IRI SURVEY: Asif Ali Zardari, Kamran Khan/The News & International Republican Institute (IRI) http://chagataikhan.blogspot.com/2009/10/asif-ali-zardari-kamran-khanthe-news.html

zaheer said...

Critics of President Zardari now merely rage about the matters; why not their performance was up to the mark but unfortunately the result was not which their bosses would have wished. Zardari has been proving that no deceiver could stand against him. Triple s brigades’ dreamful wishes tapping them and they have gone to scoff at democracy. I think SSS are not being remunerated for their great skills. I am afraid that the leader of Triple S brigade might desert in shade of failure. But one thing is clear that Tripling adventure team would soon get tired and their dreams will scatter into their body like cancer, But But they won’t stop meanness. I believe Mr Zardari won’t stoop to anti-democratic people. Pakistan Zindabad.

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