Zardari could be back in Pak soon: Report
Islamabad: President Asif Ali Zardari, who
was treated for a heart condition in Dubai, could return to
Pakistan late tonight, according to a media report.
Zardari had been declared "completely fit" by doctors and
was told he could resume his normal duties, Geo News channel
quoted its sources as saying.
The 56-year-old President may fly to the southern
Pakistani port city of Karachi in his special aircraft
tonight, the report said.
The President`s aircraft was on stand-by at the airport,
the channel reported.
His personal staff was expected to return with him.
Zardari`s abrupt departure for Dubai on December 6 to seek
treatment for a heart condition triggered speculation that he
might be facing pressure from the powerful military to resign
following the emergence of a secret memo sent to the US
The memo had sought US help to prevent a coup in Pakistan
in the wake of the American raid that killed Osama bin Laden
The government dismissed reports that Zardari had suffered
a stroke and that he would step down.
However, it has not set a date for his return.
Several leaders of the ruling Pakistan People`s Party have
indicated that Zardari could be back home in time to attend
events to be held on December 27 to mark the death anniversary
of his slain wife, former premier Benazir Bhutto.
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