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December 15, 2016

Prime minister out of the woods in Panama Papers case: Fazl

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December 15, 2016

Says Bilawal should not dictate but give advice;
talking about Imran is waste of time

SUKKUR: Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman has said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has come out of the woods in the Panama Papers case. 

Talking to the media in Sukkur, he said the matter of PIA should be taken seriously, adding that the plane which faced an accident in 2014 was being used after repairs. He said the prime minister is also using this aircraft. 

Fazl said that he is not against the National Action Plan (NAP), but one part of the NAP is controversial. He said the policy against the seminaries is discriminatory. He said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI)’s decision to end the boycott of parliament is good. However, he said, it would not bode well for the PTI if it continues to take back its decisions.

To a question about Imran Khan, the JUI-F chief said that it would now be tantamount to waste of time to talk about the PTI chief. Regarding the PanamaLeaks case the JUI-F chief said the prime minister was now out of the woods.

Now Imran Khan has been trapped in the case, adding that he had already stated the move to go to the court was wrong. The JUI-F chief lashed out at PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, saying that he did not know about his own history but was talking about dates.

He said that Bilawal should not dictate but give his advice  Replying to a question, Maulana Fazl said that Kashmir is a political issue, adding that the political issues are resolved with political sources. He said using force for this purpose is an emotional process.

He said India terms itself asa  big country of the region, adding that New Delhi is taking irresponsible, emotional and extremist decisions.

He said India is making decision on the basis of how to harm Pakistan, adding that Kashmiris are suppressed and are facing Indian atrocities. He said the decisions of Narendera Modi will harm his own government.


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