To whom blamed Nawaz Sharif for losing the post of Prime Minister

Last Updated on May 21, 2024 9:58 am

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has alleged that he has an audio recording of former Chief Justice Saqib Nisar, which contains information to oust him and bring Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chief Imran Khan to power.

He made this allegation while addressing a party meeting in Lahore on Saturday.

The 74-year-old three-time former prime minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo demanded action against those Supreme Court judges involved in his ouster as prime minister in 2017.

Nawaz Sharif was removed as party president in 2017 after he was disqualified as prime minister in the Panama Papers corruption case. His younger brother Shahbaz Sharif took the reins of the party.

Condemning his incompetence, Nawaz Sharif said, judges nowhere in the world send the Prime Minister home on charges of phone calls.

He said, I want to know why I was expelled from the Prime Minister’s office.

Nawaz Sharif claims that there is an audio evidence of former CJP Nisar, who is heard saying, “We have to remove Nawaz Sharif to bring in Imran Khan, as Prime Minister.”

He also said that a case should be filed against retired Justice Mazahir Ali Naqvi for acquiring huge wealth and other judges involved in this conspiracy.

The PML-N supremo demanded an independent inquiry into the conspiracy against him and his government.

Happy with the people of Pakistan for not voting for his party in the February 8 general elections, Nawaz Sharif said, I ask the people… what do you think while voting? I want an answer from the nation.

Similarly, he said, he was unhappy that the nation remained silent when he was illegally removed from the Prime Minister’s office.

Nawaz Sharif’s hopes of becoming prime minister for a record fourth term were dashed after he returned to Pakistan last October after four years in exile in London. Because Imran Khan’s party won more than a hundred seats despite fighting the election without the electoral symbol of ‘cricket bat’.

Source: NDTV

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