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Asif Ali Zardari: Started his career as a political Analyst on Bol News

Faryal Nadeem Mar 20, 2017
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Karachi—Pakistan Peoples Party Co-Chairperson and the Former President Asif Ali Zardari hs recently launched his career as a political analyst on the talk show on BOL TV. The show will telecast every week on the channel live. The title of the show is Pakistan Khappay with President Asif Ali Zardari.

The show was announced on Twitter and launched on March 19 and will be aired every Sunday At 9:30 PM.

In the first episode of the show, Zardari was live from the Bilawal House Karachi and answered many questions about the current affairs including the Pakistan relations with China and the US.

He also spoke about the Foreign Minister absence that

A Country which does not have a Foreign Minister for consecutive four years shows that Government does not care or understand the position Pakistan holds, and the challenges it has to face when it comes to the dealing of international politics.

He also comments on the Pakistan relation with India and also on the ongoing tension on the Pak-Afghan border. He mentioned that

“I feel Mian Sahab thinks of one of the neighbors which is India as his market and often neglect the other neighboring countries, Afghanistan with actually Pakistan shares the cultural values.”

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While commenting on the Pakistan and US relation, he said that

“President Donald own a business background, and Islamabad can develop better ties with the US if he takes responsibility to hold a meeting with me.”

Earlier this month, The Former President and retired Army Chief Pervaiz Musharaf launched a career as political analyst and a weekly show.

In the first Episode, which appeared live on Sunday, Musharraf from Dubai responded the questions and commented on the security situation in Pakistan. He also spoke about the latest military operation, which is targeting the terror and militant groups. He argued on the cause of extremism that needs to be addressed.

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