Sunday, July 22, 2012

Malik for disclosure of Nawaz-Munter meeting

Rehman Malik says if Nawaz Sharif files defamation suit, he would provide evidence against him. Petitions are of no use regarding general polls, elections would be held on their due time, said the Advisor for Interior. Rehman Malik called on President Zardari at Bilawal House in Karachi and later while talking to the media, he said that Nawaz Sharif should disclose details of meeting with US Ambassador Cameron Munter. Investigation of corruption cases against Nawaz Sharif is underway, said Rehman Malik. He said that pseudo lions and so-called Tsunami faced decisive defeat during by-polls in Multan, adding that this is just a trial, political rivals would have to face defeat in the next coming elections, he added. He said that Nawaz Sharif’s visits to Sindh would not affect the PPP’s vote bank. General polls would be held in their due time; petition mafia’s endeavours would go astray, said ex Interior Minister. Commenting economic blast of Nawaz Sharif, Rehman said that oversees Pakistanis already have been exploited by the scheme of ‘return loan, mend the land’. He said that the banned outfits would not be allowed to have fitrana. He said that more 15,000 cops would be recruited in Karachi for restoration of peace and tranquility in the metropolis. The government is ready to have a dialogue on the issue of Lyari but there would be no compromise in this regard.

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