25 August 2019
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Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Friday took a swipe at former president and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari over recent HIV outbreak in Sindh.
Speaking to the media, he asked the former president to look towards Larkana saying he has turned the province, where his party is in power, into “Aidstan.”
“Had these cases emerged in Ethiopia, Somalia and Congo, [rulers in these countries] would have kicked the bucket,” he said.
The minister said the politicians who remained involved in the plunder of public funds proudly said they faced 36 cases. He questioned why they were being released from jail on bail.

Abdul Gh Lone

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