PPP Announced Countrywide Protests After Zardari’s Arrest And Honest Pakistanis Are Ready To Face It!

PPP Announced Countrywide Protests After Zardari’s Arrest And Honest Pakistanis Are Ready To Face It!

And it happened. Well, it had to.

It all happened when Islamabad High Court rejected Zardari’s bail plea and issues an arrest warrant against him. Asif Ali Zardari had submitted an application to extend the pre-arrest bail of his and his sister Faryal Talpur as both of them had left the court premises before the verdict was given. Zardari had already got a got an extension in his pre-arrest bail five times and was on bail for two months and 12 days.

However, NAB finally arrested the former president, Asif Ali Zardari on Monday outside his residence in Islamabad’s F-8 for his money laundering case. 

In Pakistan, the arrest of a political leader or member leads to nationwide protests which means, after the arrest of Asif Zardari, the people would expect a similar and that’s exactly what happened.

<>Zardari’s next step will be to approach the Supreme Court and ask it to suspend the high court’s order. He got an extension in his pre-arrest bail five times and was on bail for two months and 12 days.

Pakistan Today

The PPP party workers staged protests across the country, mainly in Nawabshah, Larkana, Sukkur, Lahore, Hyderabad and Karachi. Although the party’s chairman and son of Asif Zardari had ordered to protest peacefully, PPP workers were seen setting things on fire, breaking windows with a stick while holding the party flag in the other hand.

BBC.com

However, the awaam is pretty with IHC’s decision!

This

LOL!

It had to happen!

Say bye-bye to corruption!

People are celebrating the arrest!

Some are furious!

Sad.

Indeed.

We’re surely loving this tabdeeli and we can’t wait to see who’s next after Zardari and Hamza Shahbaz! What are your thoughts on the current situation and the arrests? Let us know in the comments below!

Finally, we can see hope for a corruption-free Pakistan and let’s hope it things just get better and Pakistani becomes a better place to live in.

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