Karachi, Nov.10 (ANI): Criticising former Pakistan President General Pervez Musharraf for his verbal attack on President Asif Ali Zardari, Bilawal House spokesman Ejaz Durrani has called the former general 'a hypocrite'.
Referring to Musharraf's recent interview, in which he blamed Zardari for the country's current turbulent situation, Durrani said Musharraf was a hypocrite who fled the country to avoid trial for his numerous dubious actions, and that he was now seeking asylum abroad.
Durrani challenged Musharraf to return to Pakistan and face the charges filed against him across the country.
Meanwhile, Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Information Secretary Fauzia Wahab has condemned Musharraf's remarks against Zardari.
Wahab said Zardari had forced Musharraf to abandon Presidency through a well-thought and successful strategy, The Daily Times reports.
Musharraf, during an interview, had called the Pakistan President a "criminal", a "fraud" and a "third rater".
In an interview with famous US journalist Seymour Hersh, Musharraf said that Zardari would go to any extent to save himself.
Hersh, in a detailed report on Pakistan, wrote: "Musharraf did not spare his successor. 'Asif Zardari is a criminal and a fraud. He'll do anything to save himself. He's not a patriot and he's got no love for Pakistan. He's a third-rater'." (ANI)