‘Gilani will cry’ if I let the cat out of the bag: Nisar | Pakistan Today

‘Gilani will cry’ if I let the cat out of the bag: Nisar

Ruling out media reports that he had developed serious differences with the Sharifs over their growing relations with real estate tycoon Malik Riaz, Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said on Saturday the businessman was “blatantly corrupt and has bought over people everywhere” but he’s not important enough to be the cause of his differences with the party leadership.
Addressing a press conference in his first media appearance after returning from London, Nisar confirmed that Riaz had met Nawaz Sharif in Murree to convey a message from President Asif Zardari. “I do not know whether you laugh or weep, but Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani will certainly cry if I reveal Zardari’s message to Nawaz in public,” the opposition leader said, regretting that Zardari could not find a more capable person to send to meet Nawaz. Nisar pledged that he would retrieve every inch of government’s land, whether it was forest land or property of the poor, from the real estate tycoon and the Rawalpindi administration would also play its role in this connection. Nisar also threatened to quit from the chairmanship of the Public Accounts Committee if the government did not stop creating hurdles in the way of the parliamentary accountability body’s smooth functioning.
He said the Zardari regime had become a curse for the masses, adding that he was about to announce his resignation as PAC chairman but the party leadership had asked him to give some more time to the government so that the system of accountability could continue. The opposition leader strongly criticised the government for sending the auditor general of Pakistan home unceremoniously. “Though, the auditor general was appointed during former president Pervez Musharraf’s tenure, he carried out working in a transparent way in the last three years,” he said.
SHAHBAZ HAS CANCER According to Online, Nisar told journalists that Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif was suffering from cancer, which is why he had to go to London time and again for medical checkup.



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5 Comments

  1. Shahid Malik said:

    Nisar claims if he revealed the message conveyed to Nawaz, Gilani would weep. I am rather more interested in seeing Nisar's true face in case he decides to remove his wig. I can assure readers, it will be interesting. One fails to understand Nawaz League leaders' obsession of showing more hair on their bald heads.

  2. Truth Seeker said:

    Whereas some feel ashamed to show their baldness, many others are proud to show their 'bald' morals.

  3. Waseem said:

    Prayers for Mian Shahbaz Sharif, a dedicated Chief Minister of Punjab working day n night for the progress of his province. A request to Ch. Nisar that please be bold enough to pinpoint the wrong doers at once before the nation. Don't hide the things under carpet and do not offer time as it is hampering the popularity of PML-N. What we earned after supporting Zard Aari for 3 years.

    Mafahimat na sikha jurmey narwa sey mujey
    main sar bakaf hun lra dey kisi blaa sey mujhey

  4. usman akbar said:

    Nisar is the man who has recovered about 115 billion rupees ,and bring the current ruling party in to account.#
    may Allah bless him and his Party

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