ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Chief Mian Nawaz Sharif will appear before the judicial commission probing memogate case, which will resume its proceedings here at Islamabad High Court today (Monday).
According to details, Nawaz Sharif has arrived in the federal capital from Lahore to appear before the commission. The commission had issued notices to PML-N chief, Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, Director General, ISI, General Ahmed Shuja Pasha, former ambassador of Pakistan to the United States Husain Haqqani and Mansoor Ijaz.
The Supreme Court had constituted the commission after admitting petitions seeking probe into the memogate scam allegedly aimed at harming the national security of the country.
Pakistan’s former ambassador to the US Husain Haqqani has been accused of writing a controversial memo, on which he had to lose his job in the course.
APP adds: PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif said on Sunday there was no room for dictatorship in the country and politicians would have to show political maturity to strengthen democracy.
“Political parties are the asset of the country and symbol of national unity while dictators played the game of dividing them and creating parties of their choice to prolong their rule,” he said while talking to legislators and office-bearers of his party from various districts at his residence.
He said dictatorships not only damaged democratic process but also put national unity and solidarity at stake. He said his party would play active role for making Pakistan a dignified and prosperous country.
“We will make Pakistan a country where ratio of progress is much more, youths have job opportunities, besides creating conducive atmosphere for local and foreign investment,” he added. Nawaz said had the democratic process not been hindered in 1999 and development projects of that era continued Pakistan would have become tiger of Asia in real sense today.
The PML-N chief urged the office-bearers to have close contact with the people of their respective constituencies and resolve their problems on priority.