Why does law not applicable to Jahangir Tareen? questions Ch Nisar
WAH CANT (92 News) – The estranged PML-N leader Ch Nisar has said that the law should be same for all and why it does not applicable to Jahangir Tareen.
Addressing a press conference on Saturday, he said that the government itself had made the accountability process controversial.
“When the government claims of arresting all then it owns it,” he maintained.
Ch Nisar said that accountability should not be wasted due to politics. “The government should completely distance itself from accountability,” he said.
He said that the country is facing serious threats.
No difference between policy of Nawaz, Imran on India: Ch Nisar
PML-N former leader Ch Nisar has said that there is no difference between the policy of Nawaz Sharif and Prime Minister Imran Khan on India.
Talking to the media, he said that the PTI’s stance about India has not been described so far.
“I will decide about joining of any party at appropriate time,” he said.
He refused to comment on a question about Nawaz Sharif, saying that the matter is sub judice. “The government has broken the records of getting loans,” he said.
Ch Nisar said that someone should tell Imran Khan that governments are not run by tweets. “The government changes its stance daily.”
The PML-N former leader said that Bilawal Bhutto’s statement about three ministers having links with banned organizations and it will weaken country’s case at the international level. “I do not have the knowledge of unseen. It is Sheikh Rasheed’s job to make predictions,” he said.
He said that it is no appropriate for a respectable nation to beg for talks daily. “In the PML-N government, my stance about India was different,” he said.
Ch Nisar asks PM Imran Khan not to divide nation
Ch Nisar has said that Prime Minister Imran should not divide the nation as his yesterday speech did not give the message of unity.
Addressing a gathering in Harka Rawat, he said that Imran Khan should spit his anger and target the nation issues instead of criticizing the opposition. “Imran Khan does not show his anger at Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi,” he said.
Ch Nisar said that Pakistan should not expect anything good from India. “We should be ready for any situation.”
He said that the government was giving the impression of a foreign pressure in the crackdown against banned outfits.