Lebanese PM Hariri regrets getting Sharifs reprieve from Musharraf: Fawad

Data Minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain on Monday claimed that the Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri in his assembly with Prime Minister Imran Khan had expressed his remorse over getting the Sharif household a reprieve from the then President Common (retd.) Pervez Musharraf, ARY Information reported.

The 2 leaders had met on the sidelines of the World Authorities Summit in Dubai on Sunday, February 10.

In his twitter post, Hussain claimed that PM Khan knowledgeable Mr Hariri how the talks of a attainable ‘NRO’ with Nawaz Sharif had been making rounds all through the world.

On this, Hussain says, the Lebanese premier ‘raised each his arms’ and stated it was a ‘large mistake’ to get the previous first household a reprieve.

“He by no means fulfiled any of his commitments; I confronted extreme embarrassment resulting from this”, Hussain quoted Hariri as saying.

Again in September 2007, Mr Hariri, whereas addressing a joint press convention in Rawalpindi with the Chief of Saudi intelligence Prince Muqrin bin Abdul Aziz had urged former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to not return to Pakistan and abide by his settlement with King Abdullah which sure him to remain out of Pakistan for ten years.

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Each Mr Hariri and Prince Muqrin had expressed the hope that Mr Sharif would honour the settlement which was negotiated with the then Pakistani authorities by Mr Hariri and was assured by the Saudi royal household.

Mr Hariri, in the course of the press convention, had stated that he had performed a key function in getting the previous prime minister out of jail in 2000 and have him exiled to Saudi Arabia as a visitor of the royal household.

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