Thursday, December 22, 2011

Gilani refuses to Declare the Inning and woes to Bat-Out all the Overs

Prime Minister of Pakistan Yousaf Raza Gilani has refused to Declare his Political Inning and woes to Bat-Out all the Overs.

Speaking to a gathering at the National Arts Gallery, Prime Minister Gilani said "I want to make it clear today that conspiracies are being hatched here to pack up the Elected Government", without naming any names.

"But we will fight against the odds to Bat-Out all the Overs and won't Declare our Inning,” Gilani said.

Although elections are not due before February 2013, many observers expect polls some time in 2012. No Civilian in Pakistan has ever completed a full term in Office.

The Prime Minister declared himself the country’s longest serving premier, with fourty-five (45) months on the job. "I served for fourty-five (45) months, while Bhutto had served for fourty-three (43) months".

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