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Sheikh Rasheed asks Bilawal to apologies over his insulting remarks

Sheikh Rasheed asks Bilawal to apologies over his insulting remarks
February 4, 2019
NAROWAL (92 News) – Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed asked Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari to apologize over his improper remarks. He was speaking to the journalists in Narowal on Monday. Taking jibe at the PPP chairman, the minister said that it would be better for Bilawal to apologize for his offensive remarks against him. Sheikh Rasheed taunted former prime minister and Pakistan Muslim League-N (PMLN) supremo Nawaz Sharif and said that he does not need to go to London for removal of kidney stones because the stone can be removed with spiritual treatment at “Lal Haveli”.
Sheikh Rasheed claims Shehbaz Sharif trying to get deal
A day earlier, the federal minister  claimed that Opposition Leader in National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif is making effort to get a deal. Speaking to the journalists, the minister criticized the oppositions and said that ‘deal or no deal’ will be given to anyone. He said that Shehbaz Sharif is asking for a deal and this is being processed only 50-50 till now. Sheikh Rasheed claimed that Shehbaz Sharif offered to quit Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairmanship for a deal. He also said that the thieves, looters and dacoits have destroyed the economy of the country. Lashing out Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhuttoo, he said that if Bilwal tried to become Asif Ali Zardari then his political career would be ruined. He also said that Shehbaz Sharif feared from him as the PAC member.
Earlier, Sheikh Rasheed has termed former prime minister Nawaz Sharif a coward politician. He said that Nawaz Sharif is trying to become a hero in the corruption cases. “The Sharif family spares their diseases for easiness in their bail,” he maintained.Sheikh Rasheed said that the deal will totally fail, but there are 50-50 chances of relaxation. “It is pity that Shehbaz Sharif wanted in 23 cases will hold the nation accountable,” he said.