PPP sends legal notice to Imran Khan over allegations against Asif Zardari
The PTI chief had claimed that Zardari was behind a "plan C" to assassinate him.
KARACHI (Dunya News) - The Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) has sent a legal notice to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan for accusing former president Asif Ali Zardari of hiring hitmen to kill him.
PPP has sought an unconditional apology from Imran Khan within 14 days of the notice and warned that if he fails to do so, Mr Zardari would be forced to institute appropriate legal proceedings against him, civil as well as criminal, before courts of law and forums of Pakistan as well as of England.
The PTI chief had claimed that Zardari was behind a "plan C" to assassinate him. In a televised address, Imran claimed the PPP co-chairman has hired a terrorist outfit to have him killed after the previous attempt in Wazirabad on his life failed.
"I am telling you this because if something happens to me, the nation should know the people behind this so they never forgive them", he added.