People won’t allow Zardari-Sharif nexus to continue plunder: Imran

ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) on Sunday said that in just over three months the Zardari-Sharifs nexus has brought the country to its knees – politically and economically.

Taking to his Twitter handle on Saturday, the former prime minister said that both the PML-N and PPP struggling to save their “illegally accumulated wealth amassed during over 30 years of plundering Pakistan.”

The PTI chairman further said that he can say with certainty after his interaction with nation and its response to his call that people of Pakistan have had enough and will not allow these mafias to continue their loot and plunder anymore.

WE ARE NOT FAR FROM SRI LANKA MOMENT

The former premier warned that country is not far from Sri Lanka moment when public pours out into streets for the ‘Haqeeqi Azadi’.

In his tweets, Imran Khan lamented that the mafia led by Asif Zardari and the Sharif family has brought the country to its knees politically and economically in just over three months.

“We are not far from Sri Lanka moment when our public pours out into streets,” he said.

The message from the PTI chairman came as the Supreme Court is hearing a petition from Pervaiz Elahi against a ruling of the deputy speaker that rejected 10 votes of PML-Q for violating party head Chaudhry Shujaat’s directive.

A three-member bench of the Supreme Court of Pakistan headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial today summoned Deputy Speaker Punjab Assembly after PTI and PML-Q filed petitions against the victory of Hamza Shahbaz during the election for CM Punjab.

A three-member bench of the apex court headed by Chief Justice Umar Ata Bandial, Justice Ijaz ul Ahsan and Justice Munib Akhtar led the proceedings of the case today.

The apex court also summoned Hamza Shahbaz, attorney general, chief secretary Punjab and advocate general Punjab, and further directed the deputy speaker to bring the record of the CM Punjab election.

During the hearing, the chief justice remarked that there is nothing in their decision that the deputy speaker mentioned during the assembly proceedings. “We are here to learn and will summon the deputy speaker so that he could identify the paragraph from the apex court’s decision, which he used to decide on the matter,” he said.

 

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