MWM , PAT & SIC demand PM Nawaz resignation

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Monday, 18 April 2016

Shiite News: Central Secretary General Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen (MWM) Pakistan Allama Raja Nasir Abbas, Secretary General Pakistan Awami Tehreek Khuram Nawaz Gandapur and Chairman Sunni Ittehad Council Sahibzada Hamid Raza have demanded the resignation of Prime-minister Nawaz Sharif in a joint media briefing at central Secretariat of MWMM.

Allama Raja Nasir Abbas said that contradictory statements of the Sharif's family is sufficient in reaching the fact that the PM Nawaz Sharif family involved in financial matters. Covers have been removed from the crimes of ruling family. Members of Nawaz government is not denying this reality rather they are trying their best by creating the ambiguities by their illogical explanations. Corrupt government can never be a savior. Those who plundered the wealth of the nation should be brought to justice. Clamant of making Pakistan an Asian tiger could not make a single hospital in which they can be medically treated for their health issues. We will have to hold these looters accountable. If parliament, judiciary and other powerful forces could not hold these corrupt elements accountable then they should change the constitution and give legal covers to thieves and plunderers to rule this country.
Answering the expected meeting of Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif, he said that now corrupt and principled politicians will be divided into two groups, now protagonist and antagonist of corruption are making line-up and now it will be easy for public to understand that who is patriotic and who is traitor. There is no threat to democracy except from corruption.

Khuram Nawaz Gandapur said that resignation of ministers of three countries and other influential personalities is the cogent proof of the truth of Panama Leaks. Whole nation is making a demand of resignation of Prime-minister Nawaz Sharif. He said that Parliament, investigative agencies of the country and supreme court have to play their respective role. Federal Finance minister has made Revelation of plunder of 200 Billion dollars of Pakistani wealth and has now been deposited in Switzerland. If government bring this money back then we will support this government.

Expressing reaction on Chottu gang of Rajanpur, Central leader of Awami Tehreek said that Punjab police, who have martyred 14 armless men and women and injured more than 85 persons in the tragic incident of Model town, is now seems helpless before 150 members of Chottu gang. It is our long-standing demand that military operation alike Karachi operation should be started in Punjab province, but government wants to kill them with the help of police instead of arresting them at the hands of Pakistan military so that evidences of the facilitators of terrorists of south Punjab should be erased.

Chairman Sunni Ittehad council Sahibzada Hami Raza said that facilitators of Chottu gang are present in Punjab government. Comprehensive military operation in Rajanpur has exposed the reality of claims of Law minister Rana Sanaullah that there is no no-go area in Punjab. It is our demand that Rangers should given the same powers as given in Karachi. Those personalities who are in contact with banned outfits, comprehensive military operation should be started against them.

Expressing reaction over Panama Leaks, he said that attempts are being made for giving safe passage to Nawaz Sharif. Crime of sending the wealth of Pakistani nation illegally to abroad is unforgivable. Prime-minister should announce his resignation, otherwise we will announce joint protest movement. We have right to stage protest in Raiwand, Jati Umra and everywhere in the country, we will not accept any kind of restriction in this regard.

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