Nawaz requests court to reserve Avenfield reference verdict for a few days
LONDON (92 News) – Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif has appealed to court to reserve the verdict in the Avenfield reference for a few days.
Talking to the media on Wednesday, he said that he wants to listen to the verdict in courtroom, but cannot go to Pakistan immediately.
“I wish I want to talk to Kulsoom Nawaz before going to Pakistan. I am talking about a few days, not months,” he said. “I am not a dictator and there is no question of running away from the country.”
He said that his wife will regain sense after the operation. “Inshallah, she will be out of danger.”
The former premier said that he would go to Pakistan whether the verdict is announced in his favor or not.
“I am ready to offer any sacrifice for the respect of the vote,” he declared.
He said that the country was not created to remove a prime minister from his designation. “It is my country and I can sacrifice my life for it,” he added.
The former prime minister said that the country should be free in all respects.
He said that there are worst conditions in the country.