Islamabad (October 3, 2017): The disqualified prime minister Nawaz Sharif who got reelected unopposed as the president of PMLN at the central general council meeting of the party earlier today has said that the black law that a dictator made to strangle the democracy has been abolished and thrown back to the dictator.
Addressing the central general council meeting of the party after getting re-elected as party president Nawaz claimed that throughout his three-time rule incessant attempts were made to push him power and during the last four years in particular these attempts gained strength. Yet despite all these attempts the party workers and the people have always brought me back in, he added.
“I would like to thank the people for throwing this law back at their faces. I’ve been removed repeatedly but you keep bringing me back”, there-elected PMLN president said.
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Addressing a meeting at Convention Centre here Nawaz Said that, “we are returning the anti-democracy black law back to dictator Musharraf today, which the National Assembly and the Senate have thrown back on his face.
Lauding the members of National Assembly and Senate, Nawaz said that prior to Pervez Musharraf another dictator Ayub Khan had also made such a black law but the said law has been abolished today by strengthening democracy in the process.“If they were not able to find anything in Panama [Papers], they should have told people the truth that we found nothing in Panama, thus we are going to take him out with an iqama [work visa in Gulf States].”
We have served the country and the people with sincerity without any personal interest and have not done anything wrong, he added.
When they failed to find anything in Panama [Papers], they should have told people the truth that we found nothing in Panama, thus we are going to take him out with an iqama [work visa in Gulf States].”
He urged to contemplates on reasons behind Dhaka debacle while questioning at the same time that how would country progress in such atmosphere.
Nawaz lashed out at doctrine of necessity and urged to keep on changing with current trends. “Those who tore apart constitution remained honest while elected representatives were sent home”, deplored Nawaz.He apprised attendants that 12 questions posed during lawyers’ convention in Lahore remained unanswered.
He said no action committed during dictatorial rule was taken notice of under Article 184 (3) of the constitution. The petitions for Sharif s disqualification were heard under Article 184(3).Earlier today the disqualified prime minister was reelected unopposed the president of PML (N). His re-election as party president was announced by party’s Chief Election Commissioner Chaudhary Jaffer Iqbal at the meeting of PML (N)’s central general council at the convention center in Islamabad today. He has been elected for four years.
No other candidate had filed nomination papers for the slot of the president.