Islamabad: Recently, the Imran government of Pakistan is also fed up with its three big political leaders these days. However, in the politics of Pakistan, these three illiterates once used to speak about politicians. But these days, all three are facing serious allegations of corruption. A former President has even been booked for treason. Currently, these three leaders are struggling with a long illness. All are in court. Pakistan's government is eyeing these three.
Asaf Ali Zardari's first name is in it. He was born on 26 July 1955 in Sindh-Baloch in Karachi. Zardari was the President of Pakistan and also the President of Pakistan People's Party (PPP). He became the President of Pakistan on 9 September 2008, after the assassination of his wife and former Prime Minister of Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto. He was married to Benazir Bhutto on 8 December 1987. Benazir Bhutto became Prime Minister of Pakistan in 1988 after General Zia-ul-Haq died in a plane crash. She was the first female Prime Minister of the country. Since then, Zardari's political dominance increased. It is said that during the time of Benazir, Zardari fixed his commission to pass any project. In the 1990s, he entered active politics and won elections for the first time in jail. In 1993, when elections were held in Pakistan, Benazir became Prime Minister once again and Zardari was given great responsibilities. He became a minister in the caretaker government of Pakistan for the first time.
Pervez Musharraf suffering from an unknown disease: According to information from sources, retired General Pervez Musharraf has been living in Dubai since 2016. They are being tried for sedition in connection with the suspension of the constitution in the year 2007. The hearing of this case started in 2014. If they are found guilty, they can be given the death penalty. Since leaving Pakistan in 2016, Musharraf was declared a criminal. A special court in Pakistan is considering ways to extradite Musharraf.
Money laundering case on Nawaz Sharif: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif is serving a sentence in a jail in Pakistan in a case related to money laundering. However, Lahore Hoi court granted him bail on October 25 on medical grounds due to deterioration. Actually, the National Accountability Bureau had registered two more cases against Nawaz Sharif. The bureau's court ruled against him. Because of this, Nawaz Sharif is serving a sentence.