Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Co-Chairperson Asif Ali Zardari said on Wednesday that by accusing the judges of being filled with hatred, deposed PM Nawaz Sharif had revealed his undemocratic "agenda".
Addressing party members in Islamabad, Zardari said he had ruled out joining hands with Nawaz as he knew that it would harm the country, Express News reported.
Judges filled with hatred, says Nawaz Sharif
"Nawaz Sharif is playing a double-game. His brother and minister insult me and then they ask me for a meeting," he maintained.
The PPP leader said his party would not become part of an undemocratic ploy as "an attack on judiciary is an attack on the Constitution".
"Nawaz considers himself above the law and accountability. He is trying to portray himself as a political martyr," he added.
Zardari further said Nawaz had first tried to malign the military and then attacked the judiciary, all of which revealed that he was working against democracy.
"The PPP will soon file a charge-sheet against Nawaz's undemocratic policies," he remarked.
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