Politics

Musharraf rejects Zardari allegations

ISLAMABAD: President Pervez Musharraf has rejected PPP Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari allegations and clarified that he is a parliament elected constitutional President. He sated this during his meeting with Senator Gulzar Ahmad and his sons’ senator Waqar and senator Aamad Ahmad at President Camp office on Friday. President Musharraf noted he in uniform introduced real democracy in the country and regretted it baseless allegations on him instead of appreciate for his measures for the promotion of the democracy.

He said that he still wanted strong and democracy and clarified that he did not want confrontation with any one as the country was facing economic problems and attention should be paid to it. The President announced that he would call on Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani to discuss transferring of capital, devaluation of rupee and increasing price hike. During the meeting, the senators assured the President that they would oppose constitutional amendment about decreasing his powers or against November 3 measures table in the senate as the PML-Q enjoy majority in the upper house. The political situation in NWFP and Punjab also come under discussion in the meeting. SANA

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