Asif Ali Zardari arrives in Pakistan after 18 months

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ISLAMABAD : (Parliament Times)  The former president and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairperson Asif Ali Zardari, who had left the country in mid-2015, has arrived in Pakistan from Dubai today (Friday).

Earlier, the announcement regarding his return was made by Bilawal Bhutto Zardari who said doctors have allowed his father to travel to Pakistan.

Bilawal posted a message on Twitter today, stating that ‘countdown for Raiwind starts from today.’

The PPP chairman had announced earlier that the party will launch an ‘anti-government drive’ on December 27 if its four demands are not met.

The four demands of the PPP were formation of a parliamentary committee on national security, adoption of a PPP-drafted bill on Panama Leaks probe, implementation of the decision of a multi-party conference chaired by Asif Zardari on CPEC and appointment of a full-time foreign minister.

Bilawal said our four demands will be fulfilled soon if Zardari is in Pakistan.

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