Certain elements are not letting democracy establish its foothold: Saad Rafique

Alleges people already know the end to the case

News Desk November 07, 2017
Khawaja Saad Rafique. PHOTO: PPI/File

Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique alleged in Tuesday that democracy was trying to establish its foothold in the country but certain elements were against it.

Speaking to the media outside the accountability court, the minister said that this is not the first time Nawaz Sharif has stood before the court and alleged that public already knows the end to this story.

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“I am not trying to malign anyone but Asif Zardari should stop working on his hidden agenda,” Khawaja said.

In response to a question regarding the Paradise Papers, the minister said such papers hardly held any truth.

The court on Tuesday heard the National Accountability Bureau references filed against Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam Nawaz and son-in-law Captain )retd) Muhammad Safdar



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