Islamabad: As tussle between the country’s civil and military establishment is on the rise over the memogate controversy, political observers are speculating whether the incumbent government will complete its tenure.
Senior politician Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Friday told local Geo News TV channel ‘anything’ might happen in Pakistan, adding that there are rumours in Islamabad that President Aisf Ali Zardari will leave for London on Saturday or Sunday instead coming to Pakistan.
Rashid, who had been a key aide of former military ruler Pervez Musharraf, said memogate issue was a serious matter and the Supreme Court’s verdict into the case would have to be implemented.
He said that Pakistan High Commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hassan didn’t attend Envoy Conference on the pretext of ailment while Hussain Haqqani was trying to prove that memo issue was a lie.
He said that the army would not let conspiracy against Pakistan to be successful.