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No Deal In Saudi Arabia For Nawaz's Release: Federal Minister Of Information Pakistan Fawad Chaudhry

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No Deal In Saudi Arabia For Nawaz's Release: Federal Minister Of Information Pakistan Fawad Chaudhry


No Deal In Saudi Arabia For Nawaz's Release: Federal Minister Of Information Pakistan Fawad Chaudhry

Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday clarified that arrival of previous chief Nawaz Sharif and his relatives from Adiala imprison in the wake of a high court judgment is neither piece of any arrangement nor the Sharifs are not being given any concessions. 

"There is neither any (mystery) bargain nor (the Sharifs) are offered any dheel (concessions)," Chaudhry said while tending to a news meeting multi day after the Islamabad High Court (IHC) suspended July 6 feelings of the Sharifs by a preliminary court in the National Accountability Bureau's (NAB) Avenfield case. 

After the IHC decision which brought about arrival of Sharif, his little girl Maryam and child in-law Captain (retd) Safdar, the customary and online networking were immersed with theories about a mystery bargain between the previous head and the administration, perhaps expedited by Saudi Arabia. 

Chaudhry, notwithstanding, dismissed every single such hypothesis. 

"Individuals who are stating this are really unconscious of Nawaz Sharif's present association with Saudi government. Nawaz Sharif never went under exchange amid the PM's ongoing visit to Saudi Arabia. He isn't that imperative to be examined amid that visit," he asserted. 

Chaudhry said the administration has 'no close to home' complaints against the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Nawaz Sharif will be sent 'back to where he originated from'. "We will send Nawaz once again from where he came and he will keep coming all through prison," he said. 

He said the administration's enemy of defilement battle isn't against an especially family. To another inquiry, the clergyman said in absolute terms that the Sharifs would not be permitted to movement abroad. 

"Previous fund serve Ishaq Dar and Sharif's two children—Hassan and Hussain—will likewise be conveyed once again from Britain to confront the pending preliminaries against them," he included. 

Discussing the state-claimed media outlets – the Pakistan Television (PTV) and the Radio Pakistan – he said them two are confronting monetary crunch. "As of now the PTV is utilizing obsolete hardware and innovation which should be refreshed," he said. The clergyman said a team has been comprised for changes in the responsibility guard dog, the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

News Reference /Express News/

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