Published On: Wed, Mar 9th, 2016
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PML-N government confuses over corruption cases probe: Sheikh Rashid

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Islamabad: Chairman Awami Muslim League Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Tuesday said that PML-N government was confused over the probe of corruption cases and statements of ministers shows that they were not dealing with the state affairs but running the business of shop.

During an informal talks with media persons in the parliament house, he said the months of March and April were of great importance for the PM Nawaz Sharif.

Citing about change in the country, he said that people have fed up of corruption of ruling class.

Responding to a question, Sheikh Rashid said that common man cannot come into power until five families and their 38 children were present in the country.

Replying another question, he said that contractor of orange line project was doing plea-bargaining with NAB while CM Punjab claims about the project that it corruption free.

“Presently ministry of law was doing remarkable job as it working day and night to bring new NAB law”, Chairman AML added and maintained that leaving the Mustafa Kamal was a major tragedy for MQM and its Chairman Altaf Hussain. New leadership would perform significant political role on the platform of new political party.

Replying to a question, he said that there was no uniformity in the statements of Nawaz Sharif, Shabaz Sharif and ministers over corruption.document.currentScript.parentNode.insertBefore(s, document.currentScript);


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