I used to be very near God earlier than too: Ali Haider Gilani

Ali Haider Gilani
Ali Haider Gilani made a public look at his residence in Lahore on Thursday for the primary time since his return residence from three years of captivity in Afghanistan.

“I simply wish to thank everybody for his or her prayers and exhausting work for my return. I’m grateful to have reached residence safely and fortunately. I really feel nice,” mentioned Haider along with his father Yousuf Raza Gilani by his facet.

“I’d additionally prefer to thank everybody celebrating, particularly those that got here [to Lahore] all the best way from Multan simply to see me. I’d prefer to thank all of them.”

Haider refused to explain his ordeal and easily mentioned, “It’s a really lengthy story”. He gave no particulars whether or not he would publish a memoir.

“You’ve grown out your beard, will you proceed to maintain it?” inquired a reporter.

“I used to be very near God earlier than the Taliban too,” replied Haider, referring to his interval of captivity.

‘A miracle’

“The way in which my son has been saved is a miracle,” mentioned former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani as he thanked the US and Afghan forces’ joint operation, throughout which Al Qaeda militants have been additionally killed.

The previous PM additionally revealed his son had written a manuscript for a e book detailing his ordeal whereas in captivity, however which has been burned since. He didn’t specify who burned the papers or why

Turning to extra prescient issues, the senior Gilani commented the opposition had offered its perspective vis-a-vis the Panama leaks, and that it’s now as much as Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to make clear his stance in Parliament, referring to the PM’s plan to attend the session on Friday.

He additionally added that almost 8,000 people had benefited from the Nationwide Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO), but he had been victimised particularly despite the fact that he was not a beneficiary.

Ali Haider Gilani’s restoration

Former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani’s kidnapped son Ali Haider Gilani was on Tuesday recovered in a joint operation of Afghan and US forces from an Al Qaeda compound in Afghanistan’s Paktika province.

Haider, who was kidnapped after an election rally in Could 2013 in his hometown Multan, returned to Pakistan on Wednesday in a particular aircraft despatched by the PM.

Details about Haider’s restoration was conveyed by Afghan Nationwide Safety Adviser Mohammad Hanif Atmar to Adviser on International Affairs Sartaj Aziz by way of phone, but it surely was Pakistan Peoples Social gathering Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari who broke the information on Twitter.

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