People’s favourite PM once again succeeds: Kirmani

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PML-N confident of Nawaz victory in JIT also

Islamabad

Advisor to Prime Minister onPolitical Affairs Dr Asif Kirmani Thursday said the people’s favorite leader Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif once again succeeded in the court of people and law.
Addressing a public gathering here, Asif Kirmani said the honorable apex court today gave a historical verdict on Panama Papers case in favor of Nawaz Sharif by rejecting all false allegations against him.
He asked the activists of Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) from Khyber to Karachi to thank Allah Almighty as their leader was once again proved to be ‘Sadiq and Amin. He said when the opponents started making accusations on Panama Papers, Nawaz Sharif himself wrote a letter to the Supreme Court for investigating into the matter by forming a Joint Commission.
However, he said the master of U-Turn, PTI Chief Imran Khan, who was earlier in favour of forming a Judicial Commission took another U-Turn and declined to accept the Commission on this matter. The Advisor said the PM presented himself and his whole family for accountability.
“The PM faced this case like an ordinary citizen and offered to get the financial matters of his family’s three generations investigated,” Kirmani added. He said Nawaz Sharif did not avail any exemption whereas Pakistan People’s Party’s Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari always took the advantage of National Reconciliation Order (NRO) and the exemption to escape from corruption charges.
Meanwhile, President PML-Nawaz, Sindh, Babu Sarfraz Khan Jatoi, who was flanked by the party office bearers of Karachi division, expressed full confidence that Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif would get clean chit from the Joint Investigation Team (JIT) as well. “ Nawaz Sharif is clean today and will remain clean tomorrow,” he said.
The Provincial President PML-N said that the party would accept the JIT findings with the same spirit. He claimed that his party would sweep throughout the country in next general election on the basis of its performance and it would form governments in the provinces and at the centre. Jatoi alleged that Pakistan Peoples Party had failed to deliver to the people over last nine years. On this occasion, he announced that PML-N would hold a big rally in Karachi soon.
He said like other districts of Sindh, the Prime Minister would announce big development and social packages for all the six districts of Karachi. Meanwhile, PML-N’s senior leader Ali Akbar Gujar led the party workers outside the Press Club who were dancing and raising slogans in support of their party chief and Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif. PML-Nawaz officials on the occasion also distributed sweets among the workers and the journalists.—APP