Zardari playing shameful game involving renowned politicians: Nawaz

Zardari playing shameful game involving renowned politicians: Nawaz

ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif and his daughter Maryam Nawaz reached the accountability court for hearing of a case pertaining to Avenfield properties reference.
Judge Mohammad Bashir resumed hearing of the reference against Sharif family filed by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) after Nawaz Sharif and his daughter appeared in the court.
At the outset of the proceedings, Nawaz’s lawyer Khawaja Haris commenced cross examining NAB witness and Additional Director of Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) Wajid Zia who also headed the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) to probe the offshore properties of Sharif family.
Meanwhile; Nawaz Sharif, in his informal talk with journalists, claimed that there was no load-shedding in the country during his tenure.
He said that thousands of megawatt electricity had been incorporated in the system during the past five years.
Nawaz Sharif added that he had so far not held talks with the Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi over his meeting with Chief Justice of Pakistan (CJP), Justice Saqib Nisar.
He said that questions arose over the recent changes in Balochistan during the past two to three months.
Due to these changes, loyalties of senators were purchased for electing Senate chairman, Nawaz said and added that Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi should take notice of these changes.
He also took a jibe at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari.
“Imran had said that he would not join hands with Zardari”, Nawaz said and added that PTI senators voted the PPP candidate in the recent Senate elections.
Nawaz Sharif further said he was oblivious to the inside story but what Asif Ali Zardari was doing was shameful and added that renowned politicians were involved in this shameful game.
He also said that delay in the next general elections was out of question and that no doctrine of necessity would be accepted.

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