Nawaz’s interplay with Elahi, Makhdoom ‘were not political’


A senior chief of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) dismissed any suggestion that the occasion Quaid Nawaz Sharif’s telephonic dialog with PML-Quaid-e-Azam chief Chaudhry Parvez Elahi and his assembly in London with senior Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) chief Makhdoom Ahmed Mehmood contained a political agenda.

Clarifying that each the conferences had nothing to do with forming any new political alliances, PML-N chief Pervez Rashid insisted that unsuitable interoperation had been drawn from Nawaz’s telephonic dialog with Elahi and his assembly with Makhdoom Ahmed.

Talking to The Express Tribune, Rashid stated {that a} part of the media was going past its major position of giving information and giving analyses on it. He added that happenings have been pieced collectively to validate a hypothetical scenario to appease sure people.

The senior PML-N chief stated that each the conferences have been personal-level engagements and had no political agenda to start with. He confused that no matter political variations with the Chaudhry brothers, the “element of respect” was nonetheless there.

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In that spirit, Mian Nawaz Sharif referred to as Chaudary Parvez Elahi to investigate in regards to the well being of Chaudhry Shujaat, he stated. Similarly, the assembly with Makhdoom Ahmad, was additionally taken out of context. Makhdoom had even met with Nawaz Sharif when he was in jail.

Pervez Rashid requested that if an individual may go to Nawaz Sharif in jail, why couldn’t he meet him exterior. The senior PML-N chief confused that each these conferences weren’t geared toward forming an alliance towards the federal government.

Responding to a query in regards to the debate of the subsequent candidate for the premiership, Rashid stated that such debates have been solely meant to deflect consideration from the precise subject of the nation.

The precise subject was that the folks have been offended with the state, including that the state couldn’t simply proceed to look the opposite method. “We need to learn some lessons from the fall of Dhaka,” he concluded.

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