Gilani shifts to Presidency after disqualification
Islamabad: Former Pakistan prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, following his dismissal from the post and the election of Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, has moved out of the Prime Minister House and into the Presidency.
Gilani, who had earlier shifted to the Islamabad Club after he was disqualified by the Supreme Court, shifted to the sixth floor of the Presidency where he was given three rooms for himself and his family, reports The Express Tribune.
Sources claim that there are security reasons behind this decision as other places are not secure enough for him to reside in.
According to the paper, all security protocol provided to Gilani, including his security staff, has been transferred to newly-elected Prime Minister Ashraf.
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