After being indicted, Gilani mulls autobiography

Autobiography to highlight the challenges he faced during his term in office and his loyalty to the party.


Owais Jafri February 13, 2012

MULTAN: Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gillani, after being indicted for contempt of court, and staring at a premature end to his term in office, has decided to write an autobiography, detailing in particular the turbulent past few months.

According to insiders from the Prime Minister Camp in Multan, the auto biography will be called as 'Mein Bewafa Nahi Hun' (I am not disloyal).

The decision has been taken by Gilani after facing allegations in courts and the challenges his party, the Pakistan People’s Party has faced during his term.

The estranged Premier wants to highlight his commitment to his party and the leadership throughout his political career, especially during his term in office. He intends to reveal the courage of his party with which his party faced all challenges.

It is expected that Gilani will share all his experiences and clarify political and criminal allegations on him.

COMMENTS (13)

Umar Akbar | 9 years ago | Reply

Delusions of grandeur...

Spaniard | 9 years ago | Reply

Hahahah what would be caption... A TALE OF SUCCESESFULL CORRUPTION..

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