What does Asif Ali Zardari stand for?

Asif Ali Zardari. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Asif Ali Zardari (Urdu: آصف علی زرداری‎; Sindhi: آصف علي زرداري‎; born 26 July 1955) is a Pakistani politician and the former co-chairperson of Pakistan People’s Party.

What did Zardari do in Afghanistan?

He was acquitted of various criminal charges the same year. As president, Zardari remained a strong American ally in the war in Afghanistan, despite prevalent public disapproval of the United States following the Raymond Davis incident and the Nato attack in Salala in 2011.

What is Zardari’s academic background?

He also appeared in a 1969 movie, Salgira, as a child. Zardari’s academic background remains a question mark. He received his primary education from Karachi Grammar School. His official biography says he graduated from Cadet College, Petaro in 1972.

How many children did Zardari and Benazir have?

Zardari and Benazir Bhutto had one son and two daughters. His son, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, is the current Chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party. His older daughter, Bakhtawar, was born on 25 January 1990, and his younger daughter, Aseefa, was born on 2 February 1993.

What happened to Bhutto and Zardari?

In August 2003, a Swiss judge convicted Bhutto and Zardari of money laundering and sentenced them to six months imprisonment and a fine of $50,000. In addition, they were required to return $11 million to the Pakistani government.

Why did Zardari dismiss his Balochistan provincial government?

Following multiple bombings of Hazaras in Quetta in early 2013, Zardari dismissed his provincial government in Balochistan . Towards the end of his term, Zardari recorded abysmally low approval ratings, ranging from 11 to 14%.