Saad Rafique demands to abolish NAB’s law
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader Khawaja Saad Rafique on Friday demanded to abolish the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) law.
Talking to the fllor of National Assembly session, the MNA said that if the NAB law would not be changed, it will become repentance for everyone. He also called the government to take all parties on board to uphold democracy.
It is pertinent to mention here that Saad Rafique was speaking in his first appearance at the parliament since his arrest by the NAB in connection to a housing society scam earlier this month.
The PML-N veteran warned that the country’s political temperature heat up If former president Asif Ali Zardari would be arrested. He also predicted that the political tensions would become worsen in the case of Zardari’s arrest.
Saad Rafique claimed that he was investigated about his political opponent Aleem Khan. He added that now the government representatives would be arrested for balancing the situation.
The PML-N stalwart also admitted that the attitude of the NAB is good to him and also said that he was not satisfied with the transparency of accountability even during PML-N’s tenure. He said that his declared assets were also made proofs against him.
Rafique was earlier brought to Islamabad from Lahore, after National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser issued a production order for him on Thursday.
Speaking to media outside the Parliament prior to the session, he said the behavior of NAB is good t him and thanked the opposition parties for raising their voice for him over the matter.
Rafique is in NAB’s custody in connection to the Paragon Housing Society scam. The PML-N leader and his brother were arrested earlier this month after the Lahore High Court rejected their request for an extension in their pre-arrest bail in the case.