Asghar Khan case: Shahbaz Sharif says PML-N accepts SC ruling

Punjab chief minister alleges that President Zardari also made a deal with IB for his political gains.

Web Desk October 20, 2012

KALAR KAHAR: Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif announced on Saturday that his party was ready to accept the Supreme Court’s ruling in the Asghar Khan case, reported Express News.

The apex court had announced its short order on Friday declaring that the 1990 elections were rigged by the then intelligence and army chiefs.

Addressing an event at Cadet College, Kalar Kahar, Sharif alleged that President Asif Ali Zardari had also made a deal with Intelligence Bureau (IB) for his political gains.

He also asked on whose orders a long march towards Islamabad was held to topple the first government of Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif.

Commenting on the ongoing energy crisis, the chief minister said that Pakistan is facing a self-created crisis and urged the government to wake up before it is too late.


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Muhammad Rizwan Ali | 8 years ago | Reply

Aslam baig, in an interview of ARY channel recently, cleanrly said, NO MONEY GIVEN TO NAWAZ SHARIF

Then why IK lashes out on Nawaz Sharif

Amitabh Bachchan | 8 years ago | Reply

He uswd the word 'also' - so he knows in heart that He [Noon] and Zardari [PPP] are one!

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