Those alleging govt of terrorism should feel shame: Abid Sher Ali


LAHORE: Federal Minister of State for Water and Power Abid Sher Ali has on Tuesday said that those alleging the government of terrorism should feel shame and the people trying to involve army into politics will fail. He said that that entire nation was aggrieved over Quetta tragedy.


Talking to media, Abid Sher Ali lashed out at Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan and his aides. He said that there were incidents like Quetta taking place in the country and the enemy at the borders looking for an opportunity while some parties were busy preparing for sit-ins.

Abid said that those protesting on the roads and India were on the same agenda. He added that such action could only weaken Pakistan’s effort against terrorism.

“The ‘political cousins’ had failed the last time and they’ll fail again as entire country, including Islamabad, will remain open on November 2”, said the Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz legislator from Faisalabad.

“Supreme Court’s decision over Panama Leaks will be acceptable to us all but the attempts to get decisions on roads will never see success. Make no mistake. Nawaz Sharif will remain Pakistan’s premier till 2018”, he said.