Not ousted over corruption or kickbacks, says Nawaz Sharif
ISLAMABAD, AUG 05 (DNA) – Ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday has said that he was not disqualified over corruption allegations or kickbacks.
While meeting senior journalists in Islamabad, Sharif said that Charter of Democracy can still be implemented and that everyone is watching what is happening in the politics.
He said that his grandfather’s property was thoroughly checked but no evidence of corruption was found, adding that we never abused anyone or tried to unstable the democracy.
How can we mention the salary that was not received, asked the ex-premier.
Nawaz Sharif reiterated that his party always took steps for the eradication of terrorism and launched reconciliation process in Balochistan.
I am a man of ideology, he continued.
Nawaz Sharif revealed that Musharraf contacted him when he returned to the country and insisted for meeting. He further asked is there any court that can hold a dictator accountable.
Earlier today, Nawaz Sharif received warm welcome and applause from the passionate supporters of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) on his arrival in Islamabad.
He has arrived in the federal capital along with his family from Murree to chair an important meeting at Punjab House that will be attended by the newly-elected federal cabinet members who took oath on Friday and senior party leadership to review the ongoing situation in the country.
The participants would also design policy guidelines for future agenda while strategy regarding Nawaz Sharif’s arrival in Lahore would also be discussed.
On the other hand, preparations have been completed to warmly welcome Nawaz Sharif in Lahore on Sunday as banners and flexes have been placed on Mall Road.The security has also been beefed up as more than 8000 police officers and 50 teams of Elite force would be deployed at different locations to avoid any untoward situation.
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