Published by compdiskinc on August 23, 2017

Panamagate: Nawaz Sharif’s party suspects ‘systematic conspiracy’ for his ouster

Panamagate: Nawaz Sharif’s party suspects ‘systematic conspiracy’ for his ouster

Lahore: Some people hiding behind “constitutional institutions” in Pakistan hatched a “systematic conspiracy” to remove Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif from the directive using the case of the Panama documents, the PML-N party, which ruled Sunday.

This is the second time in less than a week that Sharif’s party accused the powerful Pakistani establishment of conspiring to overthrow the civilian government amid links with the powerful army and the judiciary.

On June 5, Sharif said that “some people” eclipsed conspiracies against his government. His state information minister Maryam Aurangzeb opened the front of the hotel saying that it was the ongoing campaign to “humiliate” the Sharif family images by poking Sharif’s son social media, which shows the face of the JIT to the Academy Judiciary of the Federation, which caused the panic in the governmental circles.

Abid Ali Sher, a relative of Sharif and Minister of State for Water and Energy, said Sunday that some people eclipsed a plot to kidnap the prime minister’s political system.

“We will not accept any decision under the political system of Nawaz Sharif,” Ali said, referring to Panama documents scandal in which there is pending an investigation into Sharif and his sons for alleged funds abroad.

“Some people hide behind constitutional institutions (such as the Supreme Court) and work on the formula under-Nawaz. We will not allow this to happen, because millions of people will be in the way if it happens,” Ali said.

A joint investigation team formed by the Supreme Court on April 20 met with Sharif’s son Hasan and Hussain last month over alleged family misconduct.

Ali said the Sharif family faces responsibility over the past 40 years. “A systematic conspiracy is to have a face between the government and the judiciary to send Sharif exciting,” he said.

Several other members of the Pakistan-Nawaz Muslim League (PML-N) have reported concerns about such conspiracy theories.

Parliamentarians Daniyal Aziz, Talal Chaudhry and Miaza Hamid said that the ruling party did not accept the JIT probe in the Panamanian Papers issue and will soon hit the streets against the controversial investigation.

The SC heads the JIT to complete its investigation in early July, in which the highest court would decide Nawaz Sharif’s fate for his children in the case.

The case of Panama Papers refers to the alleged money laundering Sharif in the 1990s, when he was the prime minister of Pakistan to buy assets in London.

Last month, Pakistan’s powerful army has withdrawn a controversial tweet that shocked the Sharif government over a media leak in a brewing between the two centers of power in the fight against militancy in the country.

Many believed that the retreat of the tweet was a defeat for the army in the great struggle for power with the civilian government. The military has a considerable influence on policy decisions in Pakistan.

The flaw was a bleak reminder of 1999, when Army chief Pervez Musharraf had deposed Sharif’s government.

Pakistan’s powerful army has dominated the country for most of its life since independence 70 years ago.

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