Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafique on Sunday stated Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif needed to pay the worth for finishing up the nuclear tests within the type of exile and the division of his celebration into numerous factions.
The minister was addressing a gathering in Lahore to mark ‘Youm-i-Takbeer’ — the day when Pakistan carried out its first nuclear tests on Might 28, 1998.
“Nawaz Sharif carried out the nuclear tests by utilising the facility of the vote regardless of immense strain from the world powers,” Rafique claimed.
Nawaz Sharif, he stated, was not the primary chief who was punished. “There have been different prime ministers in historical past who have been additionally targetted for a similar purpose,” he maintained.
He cited the instance of former prime minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, who the railways minister stated was additionally victimised up to now. Even Benazir Bhutto needed to face exile, he stated.
Turning his ire to the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), Rafique stated PTI chief Imran Khan was enjoying with hearth. “In reality, he’s chopping the identical department of the tree which he’s sitting on,” he added.
The PML-N management has been the goal of Imran Khan’s derogatory remarks for years however by no means replied to him, he stated, including that such “novice politicians” have been, in reality, harming nationwide politics.
The minister additional claimed the PML-N was being focused underneath an agenda as many individuals, each within the nation and overseas, couldn’t come to phrases with the financial progress of the nation.
It was an open secret that what number of megawatts of electrical energy have been generated in Punjab and what number of in Sindh and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa through the previous 4 years, he added.
He stated peace had returned to Karachi as terrorism has been eradicated from the financial hub of the nation.
The civil-army leaderships have been on the identical web page, he added.
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