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Pakistan Muslim League-N chief Nawaz Sharif has said his party does not believe in making any compromise on corruption. Speaking to media persons after meeting British minister and chairperson of Conservatives party Saeeda Warsi at his residence, he said the NRO-benefited ministers should resign and face courts. “The democracy will flourish in the country in the presence of accountability system,” he said. The former prime minister said the investigation on Benazir Bhutto’s slaying was not taken seriously. “I do not think Benazir’s killers are sitting in the government,” he said. The PML-N chief lamented that one who gifted load-shedding and terrorism to nation was presented guard of honor.
By: Geo News