Jamali for fighting corruption, bribery

NAUNDERO: Former Prime Minister Mir Zafarullah Khan Jamali has said that to save the country it needs fighting corruption and bribery.

He said that Afghanistan & India have never been friendly to Pakistan.

Jamali was talking to Media persons in Garhi Khuda Bux on Tuesday where he arrived to offer Fateha and lay floral wreaths at the graves of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, Benazir Bhutto and other leaders.

Jamali said that no serious efforts have been taken so far to save the country for which corruption will have to be eliminated and politicians will also have to become serious adding that here everyone is busy in filling his stomachs & nobody has ever admitted his mistakes & faults which they should with open heart.

Jamali said politicians always sell poor & illiterate at their will like sheep & goats and no work is carried out for their welfare. He said that his family has old relations since his elders with Bhutto leaders and he attended Z. A. Bhutto’s funeral after crossing 11 blockades.

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