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PPP likely to resign from NA

KARACHI: Pakistan Peoples Party  (PPP) has started to think about resignations from National Assembly of Pakistan over recent arrests and corruption accusations in Karachi, Pakistan.

While talking to media senior leader of PPP Rehman Malik said questions has been raising up over the resignation of PPP and it can be took under consideration in the the next meeting under Zardari.

He said they (PPP) suggested government to call upon a round table meeting so that political temperature can be reduced.

Malik further said Chairman PPP Asif Ali Zardari accidentally met Governor Sindh at Dubai Airport and there was no pre-planned agenda of meeting.

It is to be kept in mind that Mutahhida Qaumi Movement  (MQM) has already resigned from National Assembly over the targeted operation in Karachi and now PPP has decided to take resignation as their next card.