Shah Mahmood Qureshi guidelines out prospects of in-house change

ISLAMABAD: International Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Saturday rejected stories that Prime Minister Imran Khan is mulling over a reshuffle in his cupboard to induct new faces.

In a press release, he mentioned there aren’t any prospects of any “in-house change”.

Concerning the Lahore Excessive Court docket (LHC) resolution on former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s petition, he mentioned the PML-N supreme chief has been allowed to journey overseas on medical grounds after an endeavor that he would return dwelling after he feels match sufficient to journey.

He mentioned the Sharif household gave the endeavor having each the Sharif brothers’ signatures to pave the way in which for removing of the previous premier’s title from the no-fly listing.

Qureshi mentioned the courtroom determined the matter in gentle of humanitarian and authorized grounds. He added the nation’s judiciary is unbiased and that they need to respect courts.

Earlier right this moment, Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister on Data and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan mentioned that the federal government believed in upholding rule of regulation and added that they at all times revered the courtroom verdicts.

Addressing a press convention together with Legal professional Normal Anwar Mansoor Khan in Islamabad, Dr Firdous mentioned that the federal government was ready for the detailed verdict of Lahore Excessive Court docket on ousted prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s ECL plea. She mentioned that the federal government will set its priorities in keeping with the regulation and the structure.

The particular assistant mentioned that the well being of Nawaz Sharif was a humanitarian matter and it shouldn’t be made political and authorized challenge. She mentioned {that a} authorized and constitutional challenge was used for political positive aspects.

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