ISLAMABAD: Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Media and Broadcasting, Firdous Ashiq Awan on Tuesday referred to as out the opposition and mentioned that they have been operating away from technique of parliamentary law-making, ARY Information reported.
SAPM Awan took to Twitter the place she first blasted Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) stalwart Ahsan Iqbal for advocating on the behest of Sharif household, Awan query Iqbal on this habits and requested him for a way lengthy was he prepared to maintain the advocacy up.
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She continued that PMLN President Shehbaz Sharif’s previous deeds have been now coming again to hang-out him and blaming the method of accountability on the federal government’s whims was ludicrous.
She mentioned that each one institutes established to make sure transparency and accountability in nationwide issues have been sovereign, the legislation has taken its due course and was now knocking on Shehbaz Sharif’s door.
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Lambasting the opposition within the parliament, SAPM Awan claimed that the opposition events have been staying away from forming and implementing new legal guidelines, therefore operating away from their prime tasks.
Earlier within the day, The Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) has taken again its petition within the Supreme Courtroom that challenged the bail to Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) president Shehbaz Sharif in Ashiana Iqbal housing rip-off case.
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The Supreme Courtroom (SC) has wrapped up the petition towards Shehbaz Sharif filed by the anti-corruption watchdog which sought the suspension of bail to the opposition chief in a case associated to the Ashiana Iqbal housing scandal.
Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa remarked that bail can’t be suspended in prima facie case. He added that few individuals had spent a few years in jail because of lack of progress in Ashiana case.