Justice bows down in front of powerful: Aslam


Senior Provincial Minister Mian Aslam Iqbal has said that the effects of the NRO-2 NAB Amendment Bill have started to be seen, the marathon for the release of criminals convicted in corruption has started and the “Insaaf” seeker of money trail of London Flats has lost.

The corruption cases are present, but the elite changed the rules for themselves. The corrupt mafia can get forgiveness from punishment but cannot snatch the consciousness of the people.

The justice bows down in front of the powerful while the deprived always remain in search of justice throughout his life. The conscious masses will never accept the corrupt mafia.

Those who were protesting against price-hike before, today they are deceiving the people by terming inflation as difficult decisions. The politics of PML-N is over and now it has become a part of the past.

Corrupt mafia should not forget the shameful defeat of the by-elections on July 17, and we will bury the politics of later in the general elections forever.

He expressed these views, during the meetings with provincial ministers, members of provincial assembly and other political figures at 90-SQA.

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