ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has termed Nawaz Sharif’s statement a “disappointing”, maintaining that the former prime minister voiced his political agenda in the Accountability Court instead of answering the questions pertaining to his family’s Avenfield Apartments in London.
In a statement, the Central Secretary Information PTI Fawad Chaudhary came hard upon the former prime minister over his statement in the Accountability Court, stating that Nawaz Sharif should have answered two very basic questions, first is; from where Rs 300 billion came in the accounts of his children, and second is; what are the sources through which Avenfield properties were purchased.
Fawad Chaudhry said that instead of answering the questions straightly, Nawaz Sharif again ranted his political narrative in the Court.
“Out of 128 questions, not a single question was answered properly”, he said adding that the reason behind Sharif family’s hue and cry is that this time they have failed to manage judiciary.
“All would be well with Sharif family, had the judiciary and armed forces not played role in ensuring fair accountability,” the PTI leader said.
Fawad Chaudhary said that it is contemptible to see Nawaz Sharif, in a bid to safeguard his ill-gotten wealth, maligning the State by alleging it for its involvement in Mumbai terror attacks.
The Central Secretary Information PTI further said that dragging politics into the Court will be the last nail in the coffin of Nawaz Sharif’s politics.
“Nation will not be fooled again by the victim card and plunderers of nation’s wealth must have to answer,” he concluded.