Country needs stability, not elections, says Saad Rafique
LAHORE (92 News) - Federal Minister of Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique has said that there is a need for stability in the country, not elections. Elections will be held on time.
Talking to the media outside the accountability court in Lahore on Tuesday, he said that Imran Khan had a dark period which is over. Its facilitators left the country one by one, the dirt of four years cannot be cleaned in eight months.
Khawaja Saad Rafique said that elections cannot be held on the will of one party. Conducting elections is not an easy task, it takes money. You have government in two provinces, show performance.” he added.
He said that the treasury is empty, Pakistan was defaulting. Saved with great difficulty. Compare our 2013 and 2018 performance over its 4 years. It was going to default in the situation it left the country. Everything became expensive. The fleet of institutions was sunk.
Federal Minister for Railways said that after the amendments made in NAB, NAB should be abolished. A new institution should be formed. If there is an opportunity, the institution of NAB will be created. An institution that no one can run on his own will.
Earlier, the Khawaja brothers appeared in the accountability court in the Paragon Housing reference case. The hearing was adjourned till January 2. The court called arguments from the lawyers on the acquittal pleas of the Khawaja brothers.