Abbasi says a party that doesn’t want to stay anymore in PDM may part its way


ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister and PML-N leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said that any party, which does not want to stay anymore in the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) may part its way with the opposition alliance.

Speaking to the media here on Monday, the former prime minister said that he had been appearing before court for the last two years but nothing had proved. While on the other hand, the government is doing nothing despite price hike and theft of sugar worth Rs600. He said that no one including the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) is able to see corruption being made in the country.

Abbasi said that the broadsheet commission had not nominated anyone. The PML-N leader said that 1,41 000 anti-government votes had been cast.

He added that the day is not far when the people doing accountability would be held accountable.