After being removed from the post, Nawaz Sharif said – are all Sadik and Amin in Pakistan

Nawaz Sharif Statement
Pakistani Prime Minster Nawaz Sharif

Islamabad: Nawaz Sharif, who was removed from the post of prime minister after being disqualified by the Supreme Court in the case of dishonesty, is very angry. Nawaz Sharif, who is suffering from this problem, has raised the question whether everyone else in Pakistan is ‘Sadik and Amin’, that is, honest and good. Pakistan’s top court on Friday termed 67-year-old Sharif disqualified in the matter of dishonesty and had given the order that corruption cases could be registered against him and his children against the Panama Paper, after which he had to step down as prime minister.

It has been said in the court that during filing of nominations in the 2013 general elections, Sharif did not disclose the earnings from a son of his son in Dubai and was dishonest. Supreme Court Judge Justice Aijaz Afzal Khan said that Sharif is no longer an honest member of Parliament.

Sharif had said while addressing the leaders of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), “You should be proud of that your leader is not a single blot on corruption”. He said that PML-N In the meeting of the Parliamentary Party, “I am proud that I have not been disqualified for corruption charges.” In this meeting, the reply of Nawaz Sharif’s brother and Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif Officers were declared.

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