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Friends turned foes

06 March, 2009

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Asif Ali Zardari became the Leader of the Pakistan People’s party after the assassination of Benazir Bhutto in December 2007. He is the 11th President of Pakistan and one of the richest men. Nawaz Sharif was twice elected as Prime Minster of Pakistan. His party Pakistan Muslim League(N) again won election in 2008 under the leadership of his brother Shahbaz Shraif. In early 2009, Pakistan`s Supreme Court barred both Sharif brothers from contesting elections or holding public office, sparking widespread protests and disorder in all parts of the country.


  • Q. Do you think both brothers are rightly protesting against the Supreme Court verdict?
  • Q. Are their stand correct on criticizing Asif Zardari behind the verdict?
  • Q. What will be the future of the two Parties visa vie each others?
  • Q. Will long march be successful due to the involvement of Nawaz Sharif?
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