APC, nothing other than gathering of convicts: Rasheed

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmed Sunday said all the criminals and convicts had gathered at one platform of All Parties Conference (APC) to withdraw their corruption cases and halt accountability process against them, but they would not succeed in their nefarious designs.
Life imprisonment or confinement was written in the destiny of these opposition leaders and they could not get NRO (National Reconciliation Ordinance) from honest and righteous Prime Minister Imran Khan, he said talking to a private news channel.
The minister said the opposition’s APC was just abortive exercise and waste of time as they were not in a position to topple the government or create obstacles in the way of development and stability of the country and masses. Former prime minister Nawaz Sharif was talking about sanctity of vote, he said adding that Nawaz should respect the court decisions to face the corruption cases registered against him in Pakistan.
Meanwhile, Special Assistant to Chief Minister on Higher Education and Information on Sunday said that all parties conference (APC) of opposition parties was yet another failed attempt to save their corruption and stop accountability process.
Expressing his reaction over APC, he said today’s APC validated the stance and prediction of Prime Minister Imran Khan that all corrupt politicians would join hands with each others whenever action was taken against their corruption. ‘Nothing but another failed attempt to plan for NRO as PTI successfully fulfilling its promises one by one both in central and provincial governments,’ he said.
Like their previous attempts, he said that politics of agitation and sit-in of opposition parties would gain nothing and the PTI would complete it’s tenure. He said PTI would win next elections with two-third majority on both in the province and centres on basis of its performance. Kamran Bagsh said that noose had been tightened against all corrupts and the looted money would be spent on welfare of the people after recovery.

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