Sunday, May 27, 2018

Opposition leaders reject Proof's allegations and demands

ISLAMABAD: The opposition Pakistan People's Party (PPP) and the Pakistani Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) criticized deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif for "doing politics in the courts," and called for an investigation into the accusations made by the latter in his statement before the court and in a presser later in the day.

Commenting on Nawaz's statement, PTI spokesman Fawad Chaudhry said Nawaz will have to pay for the policy he tried to play in court.

He said this in response to the former prime minister's statement on Wednesday that Avenfield's reference was presented against him as a punishment for taking legal action against former military dictator Pervez Musharraf despite being warned not to do so.

Chaudhry said that what Nawaz Sharif said is a political statement, something he says during his rallies and the question remains about what his legal position is.

"Nawaz was only asked two questions about Avenfield's property and the money in the bank accounts, but he did not talk about the money trail or the origin of the money," Chaudhry said, adding that Nawaz's statement did not answer the questions. questions from the court.

His theory of conspiracy can not influence the court, "he concluded.

PPP REQUIRES PROBE

Meanwhile, the PPP Information Secretary, Maula Bux Chandio, rejected Nawaz's claim that former President Asif Ali Zardari had sent him a message to support the second martial law imposed by Musharraf.

Chandio called Nawaz's accusations "dangerous" and said a non-partisan investigation should be conducted. "Nawaz Sharif will have to answer several questions after these accusations," Chandio said.

The PPP leader stressed that Nawaz Sharif should explain why he let Musharraf leave the country and why Pervaiz Rashid and Mushaidullah Khan were eliminated.

He also said that Nawaz Sharif is saying this now because he fears the punishment of the court of accountability.

"Nawaz has even disassociated himself from his children to save himself from being punished," Chandio said.

Chandio added that Nawaz should answer why he weakened the same parliament that had saved him during the sit-in...

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