The chief of his own faction of Pakistan Muslim League, Nawaz Sharif reiterated on Thursday that government steps are “threatening democracy.”

Speaking to newsmen before his departure for London at Lahore airport, the PML-N chief criticized the ruling quarters for their steps. “Government’s measures are threatening democracy.”

Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif was also present on the occasion.

The government should not take on the role of judiciary, but must follow the court directions, he said, adding that the courts were being made controversial by ‘conspirator elements’.

Nawaz said the rulers were running campaign to coverup their corruption, adding that the National Accountability Bureau was established by former dictator Pervez Musharraf his victimize his political rivals.

To a query about national conference on terrorism, the two-time former Prime Minister said “homework should be done before calling the conference.”

Ary News


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