Accountability Court (AC) of Lahore has extended judicial remand of Opposition leader in Punjab Assembly Hamza Shehbaz till August 9 in Ramzan Sugar Mills case. Shehbaz Sharif was unable to appear before the court for which he filed an exemption plea in the court. The plea was approved by the court wherein the politician cited business in the federal capital for his absence.
However, Hamza reached the court to attend case proceedings. On this occasion, strict security measures were taken around the Accountability Court to avert any mishap.
Speaking to the media outside the accountability court, Hamza said, the government’s lies will soon become a noose for them. Responding to a question regarding the Senate chairman, the PML-N leader said, “Today’s the opposition’s chairman will be elected and we hope for the best.”
Criticizing the government, Hamza said the government has made the lives of the public difficult. “They say they will decrease the price of roti, but today increased the price of petrol.” He added, they could arrest the entire opposition but they still will not be able to run the government.
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