Today’s episode of Do Tok with Mazhar Abbas.
Pakistan’s political fate is now completely in the hands of a mentally sick President, who has suicidal tendency, according to psychiatrists.
A New York psychiatrist found in March 2007 that Zardari’s time in jail left him with memory impairments. Zardari claims to have been tortured. When Zardari stood for the Pakistani presidency in 2008, the Pakistani Ambassador to the United States, Husain Haqqani, said that Zardari had no current mental condition requiring psychiatric help or medication.
New York-based psychologist Stephen Reich reportedly said that the PPP leader was unable to remember the birthdays of his wife and children, was continually apprehensive and had even had suicidal thoughts. The other, psychiatrist Philip Saltiel, who examined Asif Ali Zardari in March 2007, apparently said his years in jail had left him suffering from emotional instability and concentration and memory problems that he did not believe would improve for at least a year.
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