Condemnations pour in over imran's 'dangerous' allegations against Asif Zardari.

ISLAMABAD -- Condemnations continued to pour in over Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan's allegations against former president and PPP leader Asif Ali Zardari.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Saturday said Imran Niazi's baseless and dangerous allegations against former President Asif Ali Zardari were not only irresponsible but also conformed to a pattern of conspiracy theories meant to spread venom against his political opponents.

In a tweet on social media platform Twitter, he said, 'such nonsensical rhetoric is an attempt to remain politically relevant. The whole nation knows how he has used politics of hatred to divide the society for the sake of power.' Pakistan Peoples Party Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also came down hard on the PTI chief over his remarks in which former PM Imran claimed that Asif Ali Zardari had paid a terrorists organisation to get him killed as part of the so-called 'Plan C.'

In a series on tweets, Bilawal said that after terrorist outfits called him and his party out by name in direct threats, Imran has now made false accusations against his father former president Asif Zardari. 'These statements increase threats to my fa

ther, my family and my part. We take them seriously given our history,' he tweeted. 'We are exploring legal response to Imran latest defamatory and dangerous accusations. In the past he threatened my father that he was 'in the crosshairs of his gun'. His and his associates history as both sympathizers and facilitators of terrorists are well documented.'

'When in power he released terrorists and arrested democrats, he handed over Pakhtunkhwa to terrorist organization, his party funds...

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