Zardari: Authorities will have to prove I deposited money in fictitious accounts

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Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari Thursday said that authorities will have to first prove that he had deposited money in fictitious bank accounts opened in the name of an ice cream vendor, rickshaw driver or a sweetmeat seller.

The PPP co-chairman said so during an exclusive interview with Geo News aired in programme ‘Capital Talk’.

“By and large, I have an understanding of the law…Every other day surfaces a milkman or a sweetmeat seller, and money is found in their accounts,” he slammed.