Ex-President Zardari asks Prime Minister to call APC on Saudi-led war on Yemen

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Published in Pakistan
Monday, 30 March 2015

Former president of Pakistan and co-chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party, Asif Ali Zardari, has said that the federal government should take parliament and all the parliamentary parties into confidence before taking any decision on the situation evolving in the troubled Middle Eastern country, Yemen that has been under attack by Saudi-led war coalition of Israel-allied U.S. Arab states.

While meeting the chief of the Deobandi party Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F), Fazlur Rehman here at Bilawal House in Karachi on Saturday, the former president Zardari suggested to the government to first convene an all-parties conference (APC) before taking a decision on the situation in Yemen.

Zardari said the government was under obligation to reach a consensus among the political forces concerned for adopting a unified strategy of the State of Pakistan regarding the volatile situation in Yemen. The PPP co-chairman demanded of the government to ensure the immediate and safe return of Pakistani citizens stuck in the troubled state. Asif Ali Zardari said he will consult other political parties in this regard.

Speaking on the occasion, the JUI-F chief agreed with the views of Zardari on the situation in Yemen, saying that the government should take all the political parties into confidence before taking any decision.

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  • Hussain Rehber
    Comment Link posted by Hussain Rehber
    Monday, 30 March 2015 10:31

    Kiya Pakistan key Shia/Sunni Tanzeemain APC nahin bula saktay?
    Tamam tanzimain aik ho kar Saudi Riyal Jamaton ko Munh torr jawab dein...

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