Asif Zardari and Anwar Majeed Money Laundering . (Mastermind of fake account case arrested- Upd 46)

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  1. Del
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    Asif Ali Zardari has refused to submit details of his assets to the Supreme Court.

    Zardari, in a review petition, has said that the court orders violate Articles 4 (right to be dealt in accordance with the law), 175 (jurisdiction of the court) and 187 (execution of the court’s orders) of the Constitution.

    On August 29, the court had ordered former presidents Asif Zardari and Pervez Musharraf to submit the details while it was hearing a case on the National Reconciliation Ordinance.

    The PPP leader said that he was proven innocent in the case. The burden of proof does not fall on me, he remarked.

    The petitioner, Feroze Shah Gillani, had gone to court to challenge the reconciliation order and sought what he said was the recovery of losses worth billions of rupees suffered due to the agreement.

    The controversial ordinance, which was issued by Musharraf, had granted amnesty to politicians and bureaucrats accused in corruption and money laundering cases filed between January 1, 1986 and October 12, 1999.

    https://www.samaa.tv/news/2018/09/zardari-refuses-to-submit-asset-details-to-supreme-court/
     
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    The Supreme Court ordered the jail authorities on Monday to immediately transfer Anwar Majeed, the Omni Group head, and his son Abdul Ghani Majeed back to jail.

    The court ordered the authorities to move Hussain Lawai, the former chairman of Summit Bank, to his cell in Karachi jail.

    All three men are currently incarcerated on charges in a money laundering case involving Rs35 billion allegedly funneled through fake accounts at three local banks.

    Anwar Majeed and Hussain Lawai are being treated at the National Institute of Cardio-Vascular Diseases in Karachi. Anwar’s son was moved to Jinnah hospital on August 27, after he complained of stomach pains.

    From now on, the jail authorities will take permission from the court before moving any accused to the hospital, the court said.

    The directives were issued after Anwar Majeed’s medical report was submitted in court. The report said that his angiography was carried out on September 21. However, the report concluded that he is fit enough to undergo questioning.

    The court also asked the Sindh advocate-general to convey its message to the chief minister that if he interferes in the investigation again, they will move the case and the accused to another province.

    https://www.samaa.tv/news/2018/09/b...s-for-anwar-majeed-his-son-and-hussain-lawai/
     
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    Things are shaping up in Zardari's money laundering investigation it seems. Opened this thread to monitor it.
     
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    we will wait and watch this. they are trying to get him way before nawaz and so far he has not been caught.
     
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    SC summons asset details of Zardari, children within 15 days

    ISLAMABAD: The Supreme Court on Tuesday summoned the asset details of former president Asif Ali Zardari and his children within 15 days. The apex court also sought details of assets they had inherited from former prime minister Benazir Bhutto.

    A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Mian Saqib Nisar heard Zardari’s review petition against the Supreme Court verdict summoning details of his assets in relation to the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO) case.

    On August 29, the apex court had summoned details of the former president’s assets from the past 10 years while hearing a petition related to the NRO, which was passed by Musharraf in 2007.

    During proceedings, Naik said that a trial of Benazir's grave was being conducted, to which the chief justice responded that they could not even think of conducting such a trial.

    As the hearing went under way, the court directed, “Zardari should submit details of inherited assets.”

    To this, the former president’s counsel, Farooq Naik, said, “You can have details for the last five years but please don’t ask for details of the last 10 years. The law only holds for five years.”

    However, the court refused Naik’s request and upheld that asset details should be provided for the last 10 years.

    Naik then requested, “Asset details of autonomous children should not be summoned either.”

    The chief justice in response said, “Now, all children are autonomous and mature. But daughters are under guardianship till marriage.”

    The former president’s counsel then told the court, “Zardari was co-accused in eight cases.”

    Further, Justice Ijazul Ahsan questioned Naik, “Did you destroy all records yourself?” To this, the former president’s counsel stated, “I indicated towards the presence of the record. An affidavit was summoned from Zardari under Article 184(3).”

    Responding to Naik, the chief justice said, “Public money is for the people’s welfare which is why we used Article184(3). This is not a corruption issue, we are just increasing our ambit.”

    The court then summoned the asset details of Zardari and his children within 15 days.

    The case
    Nominating Musharraf, Zardari and Qayyum as respondents, petitioner Feroz Shah Gilani had requested the court in April to order recovery of ‘huge amounts of public money’ misappropriated and wasted by them through unlawful means ‘already on record in different judgments of the Supreme Court and high court’.

    He had contended that Musharraf subverted the Constitution by declaring emergency followed by the promulgation of the NRO, through which criminal and corruption cases against politicians, including Zardari, were “arbitrarily withdrawn”.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/212364-sc-summons-asset-details-of-zardari-children-within-15-days
     
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    FIA freezes account of billionaire ice-cream vendor in Karachi

    KARACHI: The Federal Investigation Agency froze account on Sunday of an ice-cream vendor in Karachi, who was found to have Rs2.25 billion in his bank account.

    The FIA began investigation against the transfer of the huge amount in ice-cream seller’s account. The authority also summoned five officials of a private bank to appear before it on Monday.

    FIA sources said that there will be two separate investigations; one will be of the opening of vendor’s bank account by the judicial JIT, while the other will be by the FIA.

    Sources further said that opinion of legal experts was sought to know against whom a case will be registered under the charge of money laundering.

    Abdul Qadir, the resident of Orangi Town's Sector 8L, maintained no knowledge of the account and the funds in it. A police contingent had been deployed his residence after the said disclosure.

    The vendor said that he came to know about the funds through a summon letter from the FIA, adding that a few years back opened a bank account to buy a house in the Sarjani Town of the metropolis.

    https://www.geo.tv/latest/213051
     
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    FIA detects Rs 173 mln in bank account of jobless boy from Jhang

    KARACHI: In connection with an ongoing probe into money laundering case against Asif Ali Zardari and his aides, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Tuesday unearthed another fake bank account of an unemployed youth having millions of rupees.

    According to details, the FIA discovered that an account in a private bank in Karachi contained Rs 173 million, is owned by a jobless man, Asad Ali, from Jhang.

    The investigation agency has brought Ali to Karachi for questioning.

    Ali’s brother has refused that his brother has any association with the bank account in Karachi.

    This is the second such incident in the case, as last week, the FIA ceased the fake bank account of a cart vendor selling Falooda in streets of Karachi after finding out that he has more than Rs two billion in a bank account in his name.

    Abdul Qadir, who lives in a small house in an impoverished neighbourhood in Karachi’s Orangi Town, never knew he had a bank account in his name, doesn’t know how to open a bank account and had no knowledge of the huge amount of money deposited in an account in his name.

    An FIA Joint Investigation Team has been investigating a 2015 case regarding fake accounts and fictitious transactions conducted through 29 ‘benami’ accounts in a number of private banks.

    Seven individuals, including PPP Co-Chairman Asif Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur, were said to be involved in using those accounts for suspicious transactions. The accounts were allegedly used to channel funds received through kickbacks.

    https://arynews.tv/en/fia-detects-rs173-million-in-bank-account-of-jobless-boy-from-jhang/
     
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    I am literally, literally speechless. I couldn't imagine that Pakistan's banking system is this much impotent and compromised. I am glad FIA is finally doing its job, and all those who are involved deserve nothing but capital punishment for this corruption.
     
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    FIA raids Anwar Majeed’s office in Karachi

    An Omni Group office was raided by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) on Wednesday.

    Omni Group’s president Anwar Majeed is currently being investigated for alleged money laundering of Rs35 billion through fake accounts.

    Former president and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari, sister Faryal Talpur, former Pakistan Stock Exchange chairman Hussain Lawai and Summit Bank Senior Vice-President Taha Raza are also among the accused in the case.

    According to Express, an FIA team accompanied by law enforcement agencies (LEAs) raided Majeed’s sugar mill office in the port city. The team collected evidence and confiscated computers.

    In August, Sindh Rangers and FIA raided Majeed’ sugar mill in Badin. The security officials arrested at least three sugar mill employees including in-charge of information technology, accountant and administrative officer.

    The FIA had taken Majeed into custody on August 15 from outside the Supreme Court where he and his family members appeared before the three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, which was hearing a suo motu case pertaining to alleged money laundering of Rs35 billion through fake accounts.

    Subsequently, the names of his four family members besides his own were placed on the Exit Control List on the apex court’s order.


    According to the FIR registered against Lawai and others, billions of rupees were deposited into the fake accounts and subsequently transferred to beneficiaries, including the company owned by Zardari and his sister, the Zardari Group. The Zardari Group received Rs15 million of the laundered money, according to the FIR.

    Separately, Director-General FIA Bashir Memon has taken notice of rupee free falling against the dollar. He has ordered a crackdown against all illegal remittance.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1822520/1-fia-raids-anwar-majeeds-office-karachi/
     
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    Zardari’s close aide arrested in fake accounts case

    ISLAMABAD:

    Officials of the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested on Wednesday Anwar Majeed, a close aide of former president Asif Ali Zardari, and his sons from the Supreme Court premises after they appeared before the court in the Rs35 billion fake accounts case.

    In addition, Anwar Majeed, Khawaja Niymar Majeed, Khawaja Mustafa Majeed, Abdul Ghani Majeed, Ali Kamal Majeed also appeared before the apex court.

    Shahid Hamid, the counsel for the two accused, requested the three-judge bench, headed by Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar, that his clients would cooperate with the FIA; therefore, they should not be arrested.

    The chief justice; however, said that the court would neither direct nor restrain the FIA from arresting the accused.

    The FIA, he said, could take whatever steps it deemed necessary.

    The bench directed the interior ministry to place the names of accused on the Exit Control List (ECL).

    The accused’s counsels requested the bench to unfreeze their accounts for disbursing their employees’ salaries, but the court turned down the plea, saying that unfreezing the accounts was also FIA’s decision.

    Postponing the matter pertaining to the formation of a JIT, the chief justice said the matter would be considered on August 28.

    He pointed out that former interior minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan had inducted the ISI and MI officers in the earlier JIT.

    Meanwhile, hearing the matter relating to giving voting rights to overseas Pakistanis, the same bench asked the attorney-general and secretary of the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) to evolve a legal mechanism in this regard.

    During the hearing, the chief justice asked if overseas Pakistanis get the right to vote, could they contest elections while living abroad?

    Secretary ECP Babar Yaqoob said that bye elections would be held in 27 constituencies and the commission would announce the schedule today (Thursday).

    He, however, pointed out that there was a need to frame appropriate rules before overseas Pakistanis could be allowed to vote.

    Attorney-General Khalid Javed Khan offered his service for this purpose.

    The bench will again take up the matter on Friday (tomorrow).

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1781172/1-fia-arrests-anwar-majeed-son-fake-accounts-case/
     
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    FIA unearths Ayyan’s link with fake accounts

    ISLAMABAD: Ayyan Ali will face another case in the coming days as the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has unearthed her link with bogus bank accounts. The sources said, "Transactions had been made in Ayyan Ali's account from fake accounts."

    The FIA on Wednesday found a link between model Ayyan Ali's accounts and fictitious bank accounts used for money laundering in the country, the sources claimed. Last week, the Special Customs Court (SCC), Rawalpindi, issued non-bailable arrest warrant for the model in currency smuggling case.

    The model was absconding from trial in a currency smuggling case after fleeing abroad. She did not appear in the court in 50 proceedings. The court ordered customs officials to arrest the accused and present her in court by October 22 at all costs.

    It is worth mentioning here that the FIA is investigating 32 people in relation to money laundering from fictitious accounts, including Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur. Zardari’s close aide Hussain Lawai was arrested in July in connection with the probe.

    https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/379367-fia-unearths-ayyan-s-link-with-fake-accounts
     
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    Over Rs4bn transactions found in dead man’s accounts

    KARACHI: As part of its ongoing investigation into fake bank accounts, the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) has unearthed billions of rupees worth transactions from bank accounts opened in the name of a person who passed away in May 2014.

    Citing sources, ARY News reported that the transactions worth around Rs4.6 billion were made from the accounts in the name of a person, Iqbal Arain, who had died on May 9, 2014.

    Iqbal Arain had passed away at a hospital located at Shaheed-e-Millat Road and was laid to rest at Sakhi Hassan graveyard.

    The sources said four bank accounts were opened in the name of the deceased in three different private banks.

    This is the latest in a series of disclosures about fake accounts by FIA which has been probing a case pertaining to money laundering of Rs35 billions through fake bank accounts, on the directives of the Supreme Court.

    Last week, transactions worth millions of rupees were detected in a bank account opened in the name of a widow residing in Karachi.

    FIA is currently probing a money laundering case worth billions of rupees through fake bank accounts, including the one held by PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari and his sister Faryal Talpur.

    https://arynews.tv/en/rs4bn-transactions-dead-man-accounts/
     
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    I dont get how these things happen. how do they apportion blame to this? the bank? how do they ascertain who opened these accounts?
     
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    The only thing comes in mind that is, Zardari, Anwar Majeed and even banks are part of this circus, which you will not see anywhere in the world I reckon.
     
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    Mega money laundering, fake accounts case: ‘Mastermind’ arrested by Interpol from Jeddah

    KARACHI: The alleged mastermind of the mega money laundering and fake accounts case, Aslam Masood, has been arrested by the Interpol from Jeddah following the red-warrants issued by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA), sources within the agency confirmed to The News.

    Masood, the chief financial officer (CFO) of the Omni Group, was arrested by the Interpol when he arrived in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, from London, the FIA sources added. By profession a Chartered Accountant, the sources revealed, Masood is believed to be the mastermind behind the fake bank accounts that were used to launder over Rs100 billion out of Pakistan. His arrest is the most important development in the case to-date, as he is expected to divulge important secrets in connection with the scam, the sources further added.

    The red warrants for the suspect were issued a few days back. The Interpol formally informed the FIA about his arrest on Tuesday. The FIA will constitute a special team in the coming days which will take Masood into custody and bring him back to Pakistan, the sources added.

    The agency is investigating 32 people in relation to money laundering from fictitious accounts. Omni Group Chairman Anwar Majeed and his son Abdul Ghani Majeed were also arrested by the FIA in August.

    According to the official documents, Masood was instrumental in opening of fake accounts in various banks in the name of different persons whose copies of CNICs were used without their consent and knowledge and the accounts were opened with the connivance of some bankers and allegedly illegal funds of billions of rupees were deposited in these said fake accounts for the purpose of money laundering. Masood was an absconder from January, 2018.

    https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/38...e-mastermind-arrested-by-interpol-from-jeddah
     
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    lol, 'jamhoriyat katra main hai logon'.
     
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    khalai makhluq????

    I wonder if they can apply the death sentence to people who have been the cause of hundreds of thousands of poor Pakistanis dying due to non availability of medical facilities because there was no money.

    but of course, for some, its far more important to talk about u-turns and helicopters.
     
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    And its baffling those with high moral ground are quit on these events - not even a single word !!!
     
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    where have they gone???
     
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    Vanish in the thin air, and will show up from nowhere after 100 days of this Gov to bash them, I bet you.
     
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    Rs 8 billion transaction made from the Rickshaw Driver fake account: Report

    KARACHI – Yet another huge transaction worth Rs 8 billion has been reported in the money laundering scam through fake bank accounts.

    As per the media report, a rickshaw driver in Karachi has discovered transactions of Rs8 billion made in his name from a private bank account, it emerged on Wednesday.

    According to details, about worth Rs8 billion transaction took place through the bank account a low-income neighborhood of the metropolis, Zoor Talab Khan.

    Fake bank accounts on the name of rickshaw driver were also opened in Karachi and Buneir.

    The transactions worth Rs4.40 billion have been made from the rickshaw driver’s account.

    https://timesofislamabad.com/31-Oct...-from-the-rickshaw-driver-fake-account-report
     
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    Imarn khan is the best Foot of country
     
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    How dare you say that man. Be ready to get targeted by critics now.
     
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    Imran Khan is the best export of Pakistan. I think he is one of the very very few Pakistanis respected ans acknowledged all over the world and that is not just because of his cricketing achievements.

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    Ayyan Ali announces return to Pakistan soon, will deal with the money laundering case

    Model Ayyan Ali announced on Thursday that she will return to Pakistan soon. She said she was wrongly implicated in the case without any evidence.

    On March 14, 2015, the model was caught leaving the country with $506,000. She was arrested from Islamabad airport when she was travelling to Dubai.

    Speaking to press she revealed that she faced severe allegations which didn’t have any proof and she didn’t brought any harm to Pakistan and its people.

    The model said, “There were two others present with me at the airport in the video, why weren’t they caught? They didn’t face any investigation and were not taken into custody,”

    Ayyan Ali told that she has been facing mental ailments and once even had a minor heart attack.

    Discussing the smuggling case she informed that she has changed her team of lawyers and when she will arrive in Pakistan she will respond to all the statements made regarding her.

    Back in November 2015, Ayyan Ali pleaded guilty when she was charged for attempt to smuggle more than half of a million dollars cash out of the country.

    Ayyan’s name was removed from Exit Control List (ECL) in February this year by the interior ministry after which she left the country.

    https://www.thenews.com.pk/latest/3...soon-will-deal-with-the-money-laundering-case
     
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    I have heard on various talk shows that there are at least 12 more such models who were indulged in money laundering like Ayyan.
     
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    Put me in jail, but first prove I transferred money in fake accounts: Zardari

    Veteran Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader Asif Ali Zardari on Thursday has said that he may be put behind bars, but those doing so will first have to prove that he had deposited money in fake bank accounts.


    In his interview to a private news channel today, Zardari quipped that he wanted to become famous once again, so he would like to be arrested.

    “If I transferred any money into the accounts of a faloda seller or a rickshaw driver, then I can do that,” the former president said, and added, “but that needs to be proved.”

    On October 30, the Supreme Court resumed the hearing of a suo motu case pertaining to money laundering through fake bank accounts that also involves the PPP top leadership.

    During the hearing, Chief Justice Saqib Nisar remarked that the apex court was aware of developments in the probe and was awaiting the final Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report.

    In September, the top court ordered formation of a Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to probe alleged money laundering of at least Rs35 billion through fake bank accounts.

    Asif Ali Zardari, his sister Faryal Talpur, Omni Group’s Anwar Majeed, former Pakistan Stock Exchange chairman Hussain Lawai and Summit Bank Senior Vice-President Taha Raza are among those being investigated by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for alleged money laundering of over Rs35 billion through fake accounts.


    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1838717/1/
     
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    Will become ‘more popular’ if arrested, says Zardari

    Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari has said that conspiracies are being hatched to put him behind bars, which however if materialise would make him even ‘more popular’.

    Addressing a gathering in Nawabshah on Tuesday, the former president of the country remarked that he has been involved in conflicts with different governments of the past, adding that getting arrested was not that big a deal for him, Express News reported.

    The PPP supremo alleged that former premier Nawaz Sharif and Prime Minister Imran Khan had come into power through backdoor deals. “Dealers know how to strike deals but don’t know how to run the country,” he added.

    Taking a jibe at PM Khan’s recent visits to secure financial assistance from Saudi Arabia and China, Zardari said, “Our PM is on world tour with begging bowl in hands.” He added that his government ran the affairs of the country through own resources and opted against picking up the ‘begging bowl’.

    Commenting on a trade deal with China in local currency, the PPP leader said that his government had struck similar deals with six different countries years ago.

    Asif Ali Zardari, his sister Faryal Talpur, Omni Group’s Anwar Majeed, former Pakistan Stock Exchange chairman Hussain Lawai and Summit Bank Senior Vice-President Taha Raza are among those being investigated by the Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) for alleged money laundering of over Rs35 billion through fake accounts.

    Last week, the PPP leader had said that he may be put behind bars, but those doing so will first have to prove that he had deposited money in fake bank accounts.

    https://tribune.com.pk/story/1841795/1-will-become-popular-arrested-says-zardari/
     
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    Looks like Army wants Dictator Imran to rule forever.
     
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    Yes, like how they supported Nawaz and Zardi - why it irks you?
     
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    @Redix wondering how would you defend all that has been documented in this thread?
     
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    After what Army Court did to Nawaz, I wouldn't submit assets either.

    If you're talking about billions discovered, this happened in PTI's watch
     
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    Dr. Asim, Nisar morai, Uzair baloch and Ayyan ali - this all happened under PTI's watch too? NO.

    Of course, why would a money launderer submit assets details, but do you even know how this all started?

    Zardari submitted his assets before last elections, and that's where process has been speed up - FYI.
     
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    None of which are proven
     
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    Lol, you've gone madd totally man. Everything has been proven.
     
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    I have said this before, zardari has played the game well. They have been trying to get him well before the ganja's or MQM but without success. they dismantled MQM by force, Ganja's got panama leaked.

    Another point to note is our journalists are shit.
     
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    I am not usually in favour of capital punishment, but in the mad mullahs, Diesel's, Zardari's and Sharrif's cases, I'll hold my nose and say - yes, string them up.
     
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    No zardari is dumb as f**k otherwise check what he has done to ppp who were a national level party and now just a provinca level party.

    Reason he survived till now is that he has the backing of business tycoon Malik Riaz and almost all media channels are in pockets of Malik Riaz. Hence you hardly see as strong a stance against zardari as sharifs on news channels.

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    Good stuff.

    Let all these corrupt crooks go down. Democrats? My ar*e! Thieves and crooks more like.
     

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