Zulfiqar Mirza abused IG Sindh and former President and Chairman of Pakistan People’s Party Asif Ali Zardari openly.
He abused both of them using filthy and unethical language. And the video of his unethical statements goes viral all over the social media.
Last year, in a hearing pertaining to Mirza’s security, Sindh Inspector General Ghulam Haider Jamali revealed that he had offered a total of thirteen security guards for Mirza’s protection. However, Mirza had reportedly rejected the security, the court was told.
Sparing the Sindh IG of prosecution under contempt charges for the time being, the SHC ordered the provincial chief minister to take action against him and other officers.
These officers have been accused of failing to stop masked ‘policemen’ from besieging the high court, beating up journalists and the guards of former home minister Mirza on May 23.
The judges had rejected written apologies submitted by the IG and AIG for their failure to implement the court’s orders and then concealing the facts.
Mirza has been booked under charges of attempting to murder, rioting, looting and damaging public property under the Anti Terrorism Act at a Badin police station.
The complainant alleged that Mirza had forcibly climbed on an armored personnel carrier belonging to the police, from where he delivered a speech and allegedly threatened police officers during his appearance before the ATC.
Former Sindh Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza also earlier announced he had decided to form his own political party after having been sidelined from the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) for the past many years.
Talking about the PPP and its policies, Mirza said he had expected Bilawal Bhutto to free the party once taking the reins.
In recent times, Mirza’s relationship with the PPP, especially his close friend Asif Ali Zardari had deteriorated, with Mirza openly levelling serious allegations of corruption on the former president and the PPP co chair.
But following the registration of cases against the disgruntled PPP leader, the situation in Badin turned tense when police laid siege to Mirza’s farmhouse to arrest him and his associates.
Mirza and his supporters claim that the cases registered were political in nature, and were part of heavy handed tactics by the PPP provincial government.