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Punjab minister ‘misleads’ assembly by omitting reading of anti-NAB content: report

LAHORE: A minister of the provincial government may have misled the House by deliberately skipping the controversial content of a resolution just to give the opposition benches an impression that the resolution which treasury benches passed in the absence of opposition legislators on February 28, was actually not against the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), according to a report by a private media outlet.

Minister for Human Rights and Minorities Affairs Khalil Tahir Sindhu read a 12-line resolution but taking the advantage of ruckus in the House, skipped four lines which contained controversial words regarding NAB which state,” The House expresses its strong reservations overall NAB’s actions which are in contravention of the principles of human rights and dignity. The Constitution of Pakistan guartentes the respect of all citizens. All steps taken by NAB on grounds of harrassing, humiliating the governemnt officials and thenm advertising their arrets on media and the character assasination before going the matter into concerned courts are illegal and immoral”.



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  1. Pakistan said:

    A true reflection of the Punjab Government and its CM’s character.

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