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PTI describes Pakistani President Zardari as 'illegal'
Zardari
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PTI describes Pakistani President Zardari as 'illegal'

| @indiablooms | 20 Apr 2024, 06:33 pm

His remarks came after President Zardari stressing the need for meaningful dialogues and called for political reconciliation to do away with the polarisation and overcome the challenges pervading the crisis-hit country, reported Geo News.

Stressing legal questions,  PTI leader Omar Ayub Khan referred to Article 41 of the Constitution and said the president represents the federation, adding that Zardari did not tender his resignation as the PPP co-chairman so far.

“Law is being violated in this House,” the PTI leader told Geo News that he tired to raise a point being a leader of the opposition but he was denied the floor.

“As per the law, the floor is given to the opposition leader whenever he asks,” he added.

PTI Chairman Barrister Gohar Ali Khan was quoted as saying by Geo News: "We do not recognise this president [Zardari]. [Not only] this president but Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif and the entire cabinet are also illegal.”

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