Asif Zardari's new decision following Karachi Operation

Asif Zardari has decided to leave the country in an attempt to deal with NRO issue that is hanging over many of his cadres and himself. Asif Ali Zardari is leading his PPP(Pakistan Peoples Party) as Chairman. Sources say that the political situation is Sindh is going through a shift and Asif Zardari might have sensed unfavourable circumstances coming up ahead in the near future.
Pakistan Peoples Party is going through its worst crisis as after facing a severe blow in Punjab, it is fighting for its survival in its stronghold Sindh. 

Some sources have said that Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also has been trying to keep Zardari's team at bay and he did not even visit Pakistan for attending ZA Bhutto's death anniversary.

PPP has been working in alliance with MQM in Sindh government and it is facing a new rival that is about to sweep urban Sindh at least. PTI (Pakistan Tehreek e Isnaaf) has been gaining ground steadily and the last elections saw it get surprisingly good votes, something that has worried Asif Zardari and MQM. 

As for cases written off under the pretext of NRO (National Reconciliation Order), several members of PPP are worried and they have advised the Chairman to leave the country. I think the current situation of Karachi and Rangers' operation against criminals also increased Zardari's woes. 

Leader of Lyari gang-war Uzair Baloch also has been making waves since raid at MQM headquarters Nine Zero as he has made some big allegations against Zardari Sahab and Zulfiqar Mirza on a TV channel. Uzair Baloch said he was forced to carry out terrorist activities at the behest of Asif Ali Zardari and then interior minister Zulfiqar Mirza. 
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