Nawaz speeches are contempt of court: says Bilawal


Karachi, August 11 (TNS): Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, chairman Pakistan People’s Party, alleged that ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s speeches in GT-Road yatra are clear contempt of court.

Addressing to a press conference in Karachi Bilawal said that Nawaz Sharif is acting like an opposition while being in the government.

Chairman PPP said that ex-Premier wants to hide behind Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and Benazir Bhutto by comparing himself with those leaders.

He said that there is no threat to democracy but there is to Nawaz Sharif’s political carrier.

To a query, young chief of PPP said that his stance over Article 62 and Article 63 is like that of Senate chairman Raza Rabbani.

He said that PPP was not supporting PML-N but the democracy.

“Ex-PM Nawaz Sharif forgets pacts with political parties whilst serving in the government”, Bilawal complained.
Bilawal said that Nawaz recalls everything once he is ousted.

PPP chairman said that Panama scandal surfaced through foreign entities and establishment of Pakistan did not have anything to do with the leak.

He is scheduled to reach Gujranwala today and on Saturday, he will set out on the last leg of the journey; to Lahore.