Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said on Tuesday that he is not a person who accepts or waits for anyone to signal.
Nawaz informally talks outside the media accountability court. He said he believes that the strength of the country’s “thumb” is better than that of an umpire. He stated that former President Musharraf established the National Accountability Office (NAB) before the 2002 election to achieve some results.
He said that he was worried that the Bureau would be used against us again in the same way.
Nawaz Sharif further demanded the abolition of the rules of martial law. He claims that I promise to abide by the constitution and laws of this country.
He said he is also analyzing negotiations on the theory.
Earlier, Nawaz Sharif criticized the Supreme Court’s decision again, overthrew his power and said that I did not accept the disqualification ruling.
Nawaz al-Sharif talked with Dunya news correspondent Azhar Javed on Monday at the Raiwind inhabitants near Lahore. He said that after his government came to power in 2013, he first gave Karachi the top priority for security and restoration of law and order.
Nawaz al-Sharif said in negotiations with Iran’s Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan that those who follow the referee’s signal have no future in Pakistan’s politics.
He stated that he was trying to collect false evidence against him.
He said that the votes and tasks of the masses should be respected and all democratic forces must be united to serve the democratic cause of the country. He also urged the media to provide facts to the masses.