I am not under pressure to change party, says former PM Yousuf Raza Gilani
MULTAN (92 News) – Former prime minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that he is neither under pressure to change the party nor there is any status of an approver.
Talking to the media outside the Multan Airport on Friday, he said that his statement was recorded before the police officers, while the statement recorded before the magistrate has a legal status.
He said that he had faced cases in the past and would face them now. “Some people are fond of becoming the prime minister.”
He said that about 21 cases had been constituted against him and he had received a 32-page questionnaire with regard to the NICL case.
The former PM said that he had heard that Sharjeel Memon was being made an approver against him.
“It will be injustice if an accused is made an approver,” he said.