Rasheed claims he advised govt to ‘get rid’ of Sharif brothers | Pakistan Today

Rasheed claims he advised govt to ‘get rid’ of Sharif brothers

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmad on Monday claimed that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) is divided into two factions with one group following the incarcerated party supremo Nawaz Sharif while the other is led by National Assembly Opposition Leader Shehbaz Sharif.

Speaking to media outside the Parliament House on Monday, the minister remarked that he had “asked the government to let them [Nawaz and Shehbaz] go to London and get rid of them”.

Moreover, Rasheed announced to present the financial report of his ministry on July 3 or 4. He said, “On July 24, one year [of my ministry] will be completed and I will present my performance report then.”

The minister told the media that he has asked the prime minister for A-grade promotions in the railway ministry.

Talking about the visit of the Qatari Emir, Rasheed said it was successful and a massive investment took place during the visit.

Qatar is making three billion dollars’ new investments in Pakistan, in the form of deposits and direct investments, the Qatari state news agency QNA said on Monday.

The announcement of Qatari investment came after Pakistan visit of Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hammad al-Thani. During the visit, Pakistan and Qatar signed several memoranda of understanding for trade and investment, tourism and cooperation in other fields.

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