Sheikh Rashid regrets army, judiciary silence

MULTAN – Chief of Awami Muslim League Sheikh Rashid Ahmad subjected on Monday the judiciary and army to strong criticism, saying national economy is ruined but the army is in eitekaf and judiciary in hijab.

Talking to the media here at Multan International Airport, he declared that he is going to move court again as Shehbaz Sharif has been provided relief in Hudaibia case ‘intentionally.’ He maintained that necessary papers were not attached to the file of Hudaibia case intentionally.

He said that Nawaz Sharif committed massive money laundering and now Pakistan and Nawaz Sharif could not move together. He alleged that Nawaz Sharif sent Ishaq Dar abroad and therefore former Prime Minister’s name should be put on ECL instead of Tahirul Qadri’s name.

Expressing his disappointment on silence of army and judiciary, he said that if the situation remains the same, the nation would have to make decisions.

He asked the masses to pack up for going to Lahore to encircle the rulers. He said that both the brothers -Nawaz and Shehbaz – are playing Raam and Shaam movie. “One abuses the judiciary while the other supports it,” he maintained.

Referring to Model Town case, he declared that the PTI and Awami Muslim League would fully endorse and support any decision made by Allama Tahirul Qadri. He anticipated that Dr Tahirul Qadri and Imran Khan would meet soon and their meeting would turn out to be successful. He said that the real culprit of amendment in Khatme Nubuwwat declaration is Nawaz Sharif and he would soon be held accountable by the masses.

BZU CONVOCATION

As many as 53 scholars will receive their PhD and 3,000 others degrees while 224 students will be given gold medals in 14th Convocation of Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) to be held on Tuesday (today), disclosed Prof Abdul Qudoos Sohaib, Director Public Relations BZU. He said that the Convocation would be chaired by the Punjab Governor and Chancellor of BZU Malik Rafiq Rajwana and the proceedings would begin at 10am. He added that it is the third consecutive convocation being held between 2015 and 2017 which prevented the students from waiting for years to receive their degrees.

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