Discussed caretaker setup with PM Abbasi: Nawaz

PML-N leader says will consult legal team over live broadcast of court proceedings


News Desk April 09, 2018
Former PM Nawaz Sharif and daughter Maryam Nawaz PHOTO: FILE

Ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif, referring to his recent meeting with Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, said on Monday that he discussed the care-taker setup with the premier, Express News reported.

Speaking to journalists outside the accountability court, Nawaz divulged that during the meeting, the prime minister had deliberated over the matter and did not give further details.

Maryam Nawaz wants court proceedings broadcast live


Live broadcast of court proceedings

Referring to an earlier request made by daughter Maryam Nawaz, co-accused in the Avenfield reference filed by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), to broadcast the court proceedings live, Nawaz said a final decision will be made after consultations with the legal team.

Referring to the increase in loadshedding across the country, Nawaz maintained that the demand for electricity was growing.

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Quaid also reiterated that the economy had improved during his tenure and added that cement and steel industries were thriving.

He claimed Pakistan was on the path of prosperity when the Panama verdict came out and the situation deteriorated. He further said political instability had also the caused rupee to weaken against the dollar.

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A Pakistani | 2 years ago | Reply | Recommend A disqualified person is discussing care-taker setup with PM?. In what legal capacity when he's not even the president of his party anymore?.
Manzoor Ahmed | 2 years ago | Reply | Recommend At what capacity is this disqualified addressing or deliberating. A muzzle would be required to shut his mouth and his families to.
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