Khursheed for taking parliament into confidence over Pathankot incident

SUKKUR: Leader of Opposition in National Assembly Syed Khursheed Shah has urged the Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to take the parliament into confidence over the Pathankot incident.


Talking to media here on Saturday, Khursheed Shah said, “India is leveling baseless allegations on Pakistan over Pathankot terror attack and the Prime Minister must bring real facts before the nation.”

He said there should be strict action against the corrupt elements across the board and no one should get fumed over its actions.

The opposition leader stressed the need for making change in the procedure of NAB.

“Elimination of corruption is vital for a prosperous society,” Khursheed added.

Talking about LNG agreement with Qatar, he said PML-N opposed the project after PPP-led government proposed it in 2008. “We are not against the project but the procedure being followed,” he added.

Khursheed Shah said the prices of the medicines are on the rise and urged the government to takes steps for bring down the prices.


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