Those deviating from court orders are destroying democracy: Nawaz Sharif

PML-N leader says respect for judiciary crucial for democracy and stability of constitutional institutions.

Web Desk February 11, 2012

Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) leader Nawaz Sharif said on Saturday that the Pakistani nation is united to ensure the implementation of all court orders, and anyone who goes against the judiciary is a threat to democracy.

In a statement, Sharif said that the respect for court orders is crucial not only for democracy but also for the stability of constitutional institutions of the country.

He added that the country is going through several internal and external dilemmas all because of the people who choose to deviate from the country's Constitution.

Paying tribute to the judiciary, the party leader said that the whole nation, as well as the political leaders, should be thankful to the judiciary for upholding the Constitution.


fatima | 9 years ago | Reply

the only politician in Pakistan who makes sense, who thinks maturely not like a hero from Marlon Brandon movie

Nosherwan Shahid Shaikh | 9 years ago | Reply

Oh Mr. Sharif! You can fool some of the people some of the time, not all the people all the time. Its better you live in your cozy Raiwind villa and not issue such remarks!

The world knows what you did.

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