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'Mush didn't take care'

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The Pakistani blogger community, which is prolific and for the most part does some brilliant writing, has the following comments to make about an interview President gave to The Telegraph, London, earlier this month. The bloggers say: “At one point, Zardari said that the — of which his son Bilawal is chairman and he the co-chairman — had resisted the influence of “extremists from Aung San Suu Kyi to the Taliban”.About Benazir Bhutto’s death, the bloggers say, Zardari appeared to blame Pervez Musharraf. “I wish Musharraf had looked after my wife as I can look after myself,” he is quoted as having said.

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'Mush didn't take care'

The Pakistani blogger community, which is prolific and for the most part does some brilliant writing, has the following comments to make about an interview President Asif Ali Zardari gave to The Telegraph, London, earlier this month. The bloggers say: “At one point, Zardari said that the PPP — of which his son Bilawal is chairman and he the co-chairman — had resisted the influence of “extremists from Aung San Suu Kyi to the Taliban”.About Benazir Bhutto’s death, the bloggers say, Zardari appeared to blame Pervez Musharraf. “I wish Musharraf had looked after my wife as I can look after myself,” he is quoted as having said.

The Pakistani blogger community, which is prolific and for the most part does some brilliant writing, has the following comments to make about an interview President Asif Ali Zardari gave to The Telegraph, London, earlier this month. The bloggers say: “At one point, Zardari said that the PPP — of which his son Bilawal is chairman and he the co-chairman — had resisted the influence of “extremists from Aung San Suu Kyi to the Taliban”.About Benazir Bhutto’s death, the bloggers say, Zardari appeared to blame Pervez Musharraf. “I wish Musharraf had looked after my wife as I can look after myself,” he is quoted as having said.

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