PPP aware of Shah Mahmood Qureshi's conspiracies: Awan

Information minister says whoever leaves the PPP is “humiliated in the world and the hereafter.”


Express November 15, 2011

ISLAMABAD: Federal Information and Broadcasting Minister Firdous Ashiq Awan said on Tuesday that the government was “aware of the conspiracies” that former Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) MNA Shah Mahmood Qureshi was hatching.

Speaking to the media in Islamabad, Awan said that the PPP wanted to bring Qureshi's “real face” to the forefront but never did that because it would have given an impression that a party loyalist who was brought to the PPP by Benazir Bhutto was removed from his post.

(Read: Tribune Take: Shah Mehmood Qureshi up for grabs)

She added that Qureshi had “unveiled” his face and now party members knew that he was an “opportunist”, and that he did not quit the ministry over governance issues but due to his political portfolio.

Awan said that the party members were hurt by Qureshi’s statements against the PPP.

The information and broadcast minister said that when Qureshi joined the PPP, his contributions were recognised by the party and said that whenever someone joins the PPP, they are given respect and acceptance and when one leaves the party he is “humiliated in the world and the hereafter.”

Awan said that history was evident and that former PPP MNAs Farooq Leghari and Mustafa Khar were example of it.

Awan also termed Qureshi a “political nomad” and said that the party wishes that he remains consistent to one party in future.

COMMENTS (36)

Dr Qureshi | 10 years ago | Reply

She can talk!!! She has very short memory.. Which party was she in before joining the PPP? Is she sure that she will never change party ever again?

Mohammad Ali Siddiqui | 10 years ago | Reply

Firdous Ashiq Awan:

Why you have started talking like “Masi Museebtay”?

I do not see any more comrades of BB with Mr. Zardari while he is the President.

If Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that PPP has become “Zardari League”, he has spoken the truth.

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