PML-N to face terrible consequences if confrontations continue: Nisar

ISLAMABAD: Disgruntled member of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Chaudhary Nisar Ali Khan on Thursday has said country as well as party will have to go through from dire consequences if war of words continues against institutions, Newsone reported.

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“It is a matter of concern that the Khatam-e-Nabuwwat issue surfaced during our government and now we are being accused of anti-Pakistan,” Nisar stated in a statement.

Former interior minister said that anger and clash are not a solution to any problem. He urges all stakeholders to practice restraint.

On May 13, Chauhdry Nisar Ali Khan has spoken out after his party leader and ousted premier Nawaz Sharif allegedly took the line of Indian narrative, saying that ‘State’ was complacent enough, which could not stop ‘non state actors’ from executing ‘Mumbai Attack’, in 2008.

He went further saying that Federal Investigative Agency(FIA) was probing the ‘Mumbai Attacks’, but was refused access when the officials asked Indian authorities to approach the prime suspect Ajmal Qassab in Mumbai Attacks incident.

Shedding doubts on the narrative that India sells, Nisar lambasted New Delhi for making Qassab hanged to death, as he was the last witness to the horrific Mumbai incident.

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