Zardari’s outburst followed by dash to Dubai

Asif & Faryal leave for Dubai (Credit:

Asif & Faryal leave for Dubai

KARACHI, June 26 – Former president and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari left for Dubai on Wednesday, party sources said.

However, they said they were not aware of reasons for his sudden flight and the number of days he planned to stay in the United Arab Emirates. Zardari flew to Dubai in the evening from Karachi.

“Bilawal Bhutto Zardari did not accompany him and media reports in this regard are not true. He is here till late Wednesday though his future plan about international travel is not known.” Zardari’s departure came a day after his elder sister and key leader of the party Faryal Talpur made the same move on Tuesday.

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