NAB’s activities reflect independence of institutions: Sarwar


Staff Reporter

Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said on Wednesday that NAB Chairman is talking of accountability of the government because institutions are independent. We support across the board and transparent accountability.
Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar is working actively and “We both have complete confidence of Prime Minister.” Imran Khan, who struggled for 22 years, and his companions have formed Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf. All the allies including Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain and Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi are very much with the government. As per business plan, Governor House will bear its expenditures by holding commercial activities at the house and through other resources.
Court has permitted Nawaz Sharif to go abroad and it is hoped that he will come back to Pakistan after his recovery. He was talking to media after addressing a function related to Information Technology here at Governor House. MPA Nazir Ahmed Chohan, Director NIAIS Director Dr. Imran, Dr. Yasir Ayaz, Dr. Wajahat Qazi, Prof. Ejaz Qureshi and others were also present on this occasion.
Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that political parties are formed by their leaders and workers. Imran Khan has struggled against corruption, injustice and other social disparities for 22 years, which is part of country’s history and people have also supported him actively. Assembly members of political parties have the right to talk on issue and consult their respective party leadership, and if provincial parliamentary party of PTI discussed some matters, it is their prerogative.
And as far as Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar is concerned, he is presiding over meetings regarding price-hike and other public issues and making all out efforts to resolve problems of the province. He said that he and Sardar Uman Buzdar had complete confidence of Prime Minister Imran Khan and due to his trust they are holding their respective offices.

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