NAB to suggest Nawaz’s elimination from ECL: PM Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: Stating in clear phrases that no unconstitutional demand of the opposition shall be met, Prime Minister Imran Khan stated on Friday it’s as much as the Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) to suggest putting former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s title off the Exit Management Listing (ECL), ARY Information reported.

Sources quoted PM Khan as saying that the previous premier’s title was placed on the no-fly record on the bureau’s advice and thus, its nod of approval can be required for elimination of the title.

He made these remarks whereas chairing a gathering of occasion spokespersons in Islamabad.

Prime Minister Khan stated he believed in state establishments’ freedom and sovereignty.

He stated his stance from day one is that somebody’s well being shouldn’t be dragged into politics, stopping the spokespersons from issuing statements on Sharif’s well being.

Concerning the JUI-F sit-in, he stated the federal government’s negotiating workforce and the opposition’s Rehbar committee have been holding talks to discover a resolution to the continued political disaster.

The Ministry of Inside, in the meantime, obtained a proper utility from PML-N president Shehbaz Sharif for elimination of the previous premier’s title from ECL on well being grounds and remedy overseas, in accordance with an announcement.

It referred the matter to NAB, to which the elimination request was additionally despatched. The well being studies of Nawaz obtained from Sharif Medical Metropolis, Lahore have been forwarded to Standing Medical Board for his or her enter and evaluation.

“The Ministry of Inside has taken all crucial actions conserving in view the urgency of the matter as pleaded by Mian Shehbaz Sharif in his request. Ministry of Inside will make its suggestions to the Competent Authority in view of the info and after consulting all stakeholders,” the assertion learn.



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