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Expressing rage over Judges: Nawaz draws analogy between Court’s verdict, and the verdict by the People

Latest Update: August 12, 2017 | 366 Views
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GUJRANWALA: Ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif started drawing comparisons between the Supreme Court of Pakistan verdict and the gathering he and his part able to assemble. “Have you accepted the court’s decision? My appeal is in your court. Nawaz Sharif’s appeal is in your court.” To which the crowd responded “no.”
He was addressing the public gathering in Gujranwala. On Friday, the deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif resumed his journey from jhelum as he calls it to be the “Home coming” rally.

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He also asked that what was the pretext of disqualifying him? He reiterated that he was not ousted for corruption, mal practices. “Why was Nawaz Sharif ousted? Someone should tell me what corruption charges I am facing. The judges are saying that Nawaz Sharif has not done corruption. The nation is asking why I was ousted.

“Millions voted for Nawaz Sharif and a few dishonourably ousted Nawaz Sharif,” expressing his rage over judges.

However, yesterday a 12-year-old boy was crushed to death by an Elite Force vehicle which was part of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) ‘home-going rally’ on Friday.

Hamid, resident of Lala Mosa, Gujarat was killed when the car in the convoy hit him, killing him on the spot, police said.

According to a local TV news channel, the boy’s father fell unconscious as he saw the dead body of his son.

When Media approached to Captain Safdar for the response he has, the son in law of the deposed Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, drew a bizarre analogy that the loss was a “sacrifice for Pakistan,” saying millions of people had lost their lives during the Pakistan movement.

Latest report is that Nawaz Sharif caravan has reached Muridke, where he will address the crowd.