Nawaz disqualified for ‘Iqama instead of Panama’: Shehbaz

August 13, 2017
Samaa Web Desk

LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif Saturday said former prime minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif was disqualified for having an 'Iqama' instead of Panama Papers case.

He said the presence of "ocean of youth" in the meeting had exposed the lies told the lies by Niazi Sahib. There had been no allegation of corruption of even a single penny levelled against the PML-N government during last four years, he added.

Addressing a massive gathering of PML-N workers and supporters outside Data Darbar in connection with the reception of Muhammad Nawaz Sharif he said no one questioned those who had looted billions of rupees. The looters, he said, had gone to London and Canada.

He said not a single penny corruption was proved against them during the last four years.

The chief minister said load-shedding had reduced considerably due to the steps taken by the government headed by Nawaz Sharif.

Today metro buses were plying successfully in Lahore, Rawalpindi-Islamabad and Multan while work was continuing on Orange Line Metro Train in Lahore, he added.

Shehbaz said opponents of the people's progress, including Imran Niazi, Peoples Party and Q-League opposed openly the Orange Line Metro Train project.

Those lecturing on channels, he alleged, had themselves committed dacoities of billions of rupees and stashed that money of the nation into Swiss banks.

He said opposition to Nawaz Sharif was opposition to the development of the country in the real sense.

"People will have to decide whether they are with those who constructed Pakistan or with the opponents of development," he said.

He alleged that Niazi Sahib was telling lies and setting world record of taking U-turns and the youth did not believe in him as evident from that fact that they were most active
in today's rally.

He said Pakistan needed unity at this time and they all had to make its a great country with hard work. "Let us jointly make Pakistan a supreme country under the leadership of Muhammad Nawaz Sharif," he resolved.

The Chief Minister said journey of development would continue and they would continue making public welfare projects. - APP