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Zardari's sins of 'mocking' Pakistanis will never be forgiven : Shahbaz Sharif

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Lahore, Mar.7 (ANI): Pakistan Muslim League- Nawaz (PML-N) leader and deposed Punjab Chief Minister, Shahbaz Sharif has charged President Asif Ali Zardari of fooling Pakistani civilians.

Addressing a public rally here, Sharif said Zardari is making mockery of democracy in the country.

"President Zardari repeatedly mocked the people of Pakistan. The nation will not forgive him for his sins," The News quoted Sharif, as saying.

Sharirf said he supported the reconciliation efforts being initiated by the Awami National Party (ANP) leader Asfandyar Wali Khan and Jamiat Ulema Islam (JUI) chief, Maulana Fazlur Rehman to stabilise the country, but alleged that horse trading is being carried on the sidelines of negotiations.

He also charged Zardari of betraying Nawaz Sharif.

"Nawaz Sharif was back-stabbed after being called a big brother," Sharif added.

Meanwhile, carrying on his attack on the Zardari administration, former Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif said that a conspiracy is being hatched against the nation.

Addressing a protest rally outside the Punjab Assembly, he compared the verdict of the Supreme Court of disqualifying him and his brother Shabaz Sharif with the death sentence of Pakistan People's Party founder Zulfikar Bhutto.

"The court decision to hang PPP founder Zulfikar Bhutto was wrong, as is our disqualification from contesting polls," Sharif said.

Commenting on the proposed lawyers' sit-in program in Islamabad, he said the protest march would change the fate of the country. (ANI)

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