Former president and PPP Co-Chairperson Asif Zardari reacts throughout an occasion. The News/FilesLAHORE: The Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) “will use all options to get rid of the PTI regime”, former president and PPP Co-Chairperson Asif Ali Zardari vowed on Sunday.Zardari, whose get together, the PPP, is a part of the anti-government coalition of Pakistan’s Opposition teams, warned that the PTI-led regime was prone to “make a huge blunder” by placing the nation “in grave danger”.The former president made the remarks throughout a cellphone name to the secretary-general of the PPP’s Punjab chapter, Chaudhry Manzoor.”The PDM is united and will strike the government from all directions,” he mentioned. “Together with the PDM, the PPP will send this failed and incompetent lot home. It’s crucial to send the government packing.””The incompetence of these inept rulers may lead to a major accident in the country [and therefore] the next few months are crucial for the future of national politics.”Speaking of the continued pandemic, the PPP chief — whose son and get together chairperson Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari contracted COVID-19 in November 2020 and recovered a month later — harassed that the Khan administration would “no longer be allowed to hide behind coronavirus”.”They [the government] could neither purchase the coronavirus vaccine nor could they help people during the coronavirus pandemic,” he said.PPP govt ‘doubled the nation’s income’Comparing the PTI regime to his personal authorities, Asif Zardari cited the Great Recession and mentioned: “We increased exports from $19 billion to $26 billion despite the 2008 global financial crisis.””We doubled the country’s revenue, increased the salaries of employees by 125%. We bumped up government employees’ pensions by 100%,” he added.Slamming the “incompetent” PTI authorities, he mentioned that the rulers had “turned all indicators negative”.”I said in the past that these elected rulers will fall under their own weight. Now that they have crashed, only one last shove is needed,” he mentioned.