Nawaz disheartened at PPP’s move in assembly
ISLAMABAD: Ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif today expressed disappointment over what he said Pakistan People Party support for the “black laws” that were introduced by dictators.
Speaking to the media persons outside the court after attending the hearing at the accountability court today, Nawaz said he is least bothered about PTI because it has nothing to do with democracy, but was extremely distressed over Pakistan Peoples’ Party move in the parliament. He said the PPP should not forget the sacrifices it rendered during the struggle it has gone through in the past.
The former premier said the decision taken by the parliament relating to the rejection of the bill tabled by the opposition parties is an open message to all those who were indisposed to walk on the route of democracy.
Nawaz further congratulated his allied parties for passing legislation relating to election reforms and called it an eye opener for his rivals and added that a huge majority in the parliament were not of the view to shelter such laws that were merely introduced by dictators.-Agencies