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Asad Umar's wish can never be granted: Ghani

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan People's Party's well-spoken Senator Saeed Ghani Sunday night responded to Asad Umar's wishing him to join his justice party with a passionate 'spiritual' rebuttal, Samaa reported. “My connection with PPP is spiritual and not political. It is because I am divinely devoted to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Shaheed. I have always loved my leader...

SAMAA | - Posted: Sep 29, 2014 | Last Updated: 7 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Sep 29, 2014 | Last Updated: 7 years ago
Asad Umar's wish can never be granted: Ghani

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan People's Party's well-spoken Senator Saeed Ghani Sunday night responded to Asad Umar's wishing him to join his justice party with a passionate 'spiritual' rebuttal, Samaa reported.

“My connection with PPP is spiritual and not political. It is because I am divinely devoted to Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Shaheed. I have always loved my leader with an unparalleled passion”, said Ghani to the disappointment of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Asad Umar.

The PPP leader sounded unequivocal when he, without mincing his words, said that unfortunately Umer's wish could never be granted.

“PPP is in my blood, it's my heart and soul, bone and flesh. Umer has no idea how I am bound to my beloved party”, said he as if he was trying to say 'only death can do them apart.'

Ghani said that he just could not give up on his leader and the party he had founded, even he wanted to.

“Umar, you better note it down somewhere so that you could never forget my answer to your offer, which I'm afraid will not change till the kingdom come”, said he.

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