Former Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan on Saturday (Dec 29) after a long time breaks silence on ongoing accountability and he is doubted on transparency and fairness of accountability adding that reservations in the accountability must be addressed.
“I am not against the ongoing accountability process but it’s not transparent. If the reservations are not addressed it will be plain and simple political victimisation. The country can’t function without opposition,” Nisar said while addressing a press conference. He also lamented that Pakistan is facing political crisis.
“The government takes credit of action taken by NAB and SC. This is making matter controversial. I am not in government nor in opposition but I believe that the process is controversial. It’s the Supreme Court, not government pursuing accountability against Omni group.” “We were once tangled with foreign loans now the risk is of being indebted to loans provided by the friendly states,” he said. “We have received temporary aid from Saudia Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. We haven’t yet seen Imran Khan’s claim of self-sufficiency in action.”
While speaking about Pakistan-India dialogues e said “to speak on dialogue on a constant basis is not in Pakistan’s interest,” he said.
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17 November, 2019