Former JC Iftikhar Chaudhry asks Nawaz to step down

Judith Bessette
Julho 16, 2017

"Who is hatching these "conspiracies" against you?" an infuriated Kaira asked while addressing a news conference on Saturday.

Mr. Nawaz Sharif you should had thanked the PPP that provided shoulder in the time of need, he added. "If you'll not name those who you claim are conspiring against you, you are committing a crime", he added.

Kaira said the premier should summon a meeting of the parliamentary parties to explain to them about the conspiracies allegedly being hatched against him. He said those demanding resignation from the Prime Minister, who was elected after heavy mandate, should wait for the next elections. "Please tell us who the conspirators are".

He said Nawaz Sharif used to insult and berate Benazir Bhutto, who had returned to sacrifice her life for the country while Nawaz Sharif handed the over country to a dictator in the darkness of night. Those who call themselves leaders have no say in the public while Muhammad Nawaz Sharif is a leader of worldwide stature, he added.

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He said Nawaz Sharif never fought for democracy but it was the PPP which gave sacrifices of its leaders for democracy.

Iftikhar Chaudhry said that Nawaz Sharif has lost moral and legal justification to remain prime minister after the JIT investigation. There is no threat to democracy if Nawaz Sharif was dislodged, he added. He asked the Prime Minister to disclose the secret.

He said the PPP workers won't stop "Go Nawaz Go" sloganeering and rallies across the country until Nawaz Sharif was forced to resign by the masses.

The report further says that the assets owned by Ms. Asma Nawaz were worth Rs 1.47 million in year 1991/92; grew 21.7 times in the year 1992/93 to Rs 31.55 million "without any visible source".

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