ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) senior chief Ali Haider Zaidi has written a tough-hitting letter to Nationwide Accountability Bureau (NAB) Chairman Chaudhry Qamar Zaman for his alleged failure to maneuver towards the corrupt ruling elite.
Within the letter additionally circulated to the media, he wrote to Qamar Zaman, “It was plain disgusting to see you categorical your incapability or unwillingness to do your job and take critical motion towards the ruling elite of this nation.
“I used to be current within the Supreme Courtroom of Pakistan that unwell-fated day in the course of the Panama case listening to, when the bench summoned you. Anybody with an iota of a conscience would have resigned instantly when an honourable decide of the Supreme Courtroom remarked that ‘NAB had handed away for us as we speak’. However you’re nonetheless round.”
He questioned what was the purpose of NAB bragging about an over 70 per cent conviction price when the NAB chairman had a sheepish angle in the direction of taking over the ruling household. “If the corrupt parts of the ruling elite grow to be ‘untouchables’ just like the infamous American gangster Al Capone, then elimination or substantial discount of corruption on this society is only a pipe dream,” he maintained.
Zaidi added: “You pocket a hefty wage from the federal government kitty, funded by the poor nation’s taxpayers. However your pathetic responses to the Public Accounts Committee of the Nationwide Meeting after which to the Supreme Courtroom bench confirmed that you’re incapable of doing all of your job; or ought to we assume are half and parcel of this corrupt system.
“As an alternative of serving the nation, you’ve gotten solely executed your job as a courtroom jester of Raiwind. Your job is to catch monetary terrorists and punish them. Not hanging plea discount offers with those that possess unlawful funds like Mushtaq Raisani,” Zaidi charged.
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