Government, coalition bent on destroying Supreme Court: Nawaz Sharif

PPP making laws to save a few people, coalition doing politics of interest, accuses PML-N chief.

Web Desk July 14, 2012

LONDON: Bashing the government and coalition parties, Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif accused the ruling Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and its partners of trying to destroy the Supreme Court.

Speaking to the media in London on Saturday, Sharif said that it has become a joke to break the Constitution and the coalition is doing politics of interest. He added that another martial law cannot be tolerated in the country.

Commenting on the recent change in the contempt of court law, Sharif said that the PPP is making laws to save just a few people. The party should sit with us and other political parties and then devise laws after due consideration, he maintained.

He further said that the government has not been able to do anything about the loadshedding issue in the past four years, and now a nuclear state is not able to provide electricity to its people. How can those who cannot fulfil their promises run the entire country, the party chief questioned.


Iram | 9 years ago | Reply

kettle calls a pot black.

Butt Saab | 9 years ago | Reply

This man so unconvincing. Unbelievable. he is supposedly the most popular leader of Punjab

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