The man we will be talking about has proven himself as a real and true politician of Pakistan who managed to negotiate with all the opposition parties and won the title of being a good leader when it comes to democracy. Completing his 5 years of succession, Asif Ali Zardari, is indeed a rich man out there and holds a net worth which you might like to know about.
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He is the current co-chair person of the Pakistan Peoples Party and is a famous Pakistani politician. He has also served on the designation of president of Pakistan from 2008 to 2013 and has become the first president in the history of Pakistan who was elected democratically and was also the first one to complete his five year freehold. The major reason behind his popularity was his marriage with Benazir Bhutto in 1987 after which he became the First Gentleman, after which he has held various cabinet positions like Federal Investment Minister, and Chairperson Pakistan Environmental Protection Council.
With a total net worth of 1.8 billion dollars he is on the second position in the list of richest people of Pakistan. The major sources of his incomes are form his sugar mills that are spread across entire Pakistan and various other businesses whose details are not highlighted yet but he has great stakes in them as well. Zardari became president after the assassination of his wife, Benazir Bhutto, who served as prime minister of Pakistan during the 1990s and after her death; a rise was seen in his total assets and earnings. The total estimated value of his house in Lahore is about $83,000,000 and the values of his property empire is more than one billion dollar itself. During his serving time, he was also accused of having great sum of money in is Swiss bank account that was found to be $60,000,000 which are enough to make him second richest man here.
He has a son and two daughters with Benazir Bhutto and among all, his son, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, is the current Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party. He was described to have domains in Surrey, West End of London, Normandy, Manhattan , a condominium in Belaire Apartments, and Dubai. He is said to have credited a 365-acre (148-hectare) 20-bedroom luxury estate in Rockwood, Surrey in 1995 through a chain of companies, trusts, and offshore corporations in 1994 after being a part of Pakistani politics. It is also said that this estate that he denies of owning have got around two farms, accommodations, staff lodging, and a vault made into an ersatz of a local pub. The mansion has nine bedrooms and an indoor swimming pool showing the luxurious life he has made for himself after becoming a democratically elected president of Pakistan.