NAB Tarzan will play on both sides of wicket after Eid: Sheikh Rasheed
May 9, 2020
LAHORE (92 News) – Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed has said that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) Tarzan will play on both sides of the wicket after Eidul Fitr. Addressing a press conference on Saturday, the NAB’s target will be the opposition and the government. He said that the Chaudhrys are their brothers and they would not be harmed. “The prime minister will take action after the report on the sugar mills,” he said. The minister said that he was seeing the people being nabbed by the NAB from both sides. He said that the railway had suffered a loss of Rs5 billion in a month. “Electricity meters will be installed in all colonies of the railway,” he added. Sheikh Rasheed said that they wanted to run 32 trains by May 10, but the provinces did not support them. “We are opening factories, but the transport is shut and it would not benefit anyone,” he added. He said that Shehbaz Sharif had told the NAB that he had forgotten his documents in London. “It does not seem he will be granted permission to go to London,” he added. The minister said that he expected a change in the New World Order after the coronavirus pandemic. “China and the United States are accusing each other, which is dangerous. Pakistan is very important geographically. The Kashmir situation can lead to a Pak-India clash. India cannot harm Pakistan," he concluded.