‘Shahbaz should be put in mental hospital’

Raja Riaz asks LHC to take action against CM over Zardari comments.


Our Correspondent March 18, 2012

LAHORE:


Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif should be put in mental hospital with harnesses and restraints on so he can’t hurt other patients, said Opposition Leader in the Punjab Assembly Raja Riaz on Saturday as he escalated an ugly war of words between the two sides.


Reacting to television footage showing Sharif vowing to drag President Asif Zardari through the streets of Karachi, Lahore and Larkana should the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) win the general elections, Riaz said that he would put Sharif on a leash and drag him by the collar through Lahore’s streets like a pet dog should the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) win the elections, “otherwise my name won’t be Raja Riaz”.

Speaking at a press conference at the assembly cafeteria, Riaz said that chief justice of the Lahore High Court should take notice of the chief minister’s statements about the president.

He said that the president had actually helped Sharif become chief minister, since the PML-N did not have the required strength in the Punjab Assembly.

He said that if the PPP won the next general elections, he would drag Sharif to the house of Ayesha Ahad, who claims to be the former wife of Sharif’s son Hamza Shahbaz, so she could finally get justice. He said he would drag Sharif through the streets and ask the victims of his bad policies to come out of their houses and punish him.

Published in The Express Tribune, March 18th, 2012. 

COMMENTS (34)

Fauzia Mussarat | 9 years ago | Reply

is this kindergarten politics or what? =O

well-wisher | 9 years ago | Reply

Politicians in Pakistan should not stoop to such levels which presents of scenario of two local goonda groups fighting in a street and calling names on each other.

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