Nisar tells govt to avoid confrontation, accept court orders
TAXILA, OCT 12 (DNA) – Former minister and ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, on Thursday suggested the government to avoid confrontation with institutions and accept verdicts of the courts. “Confrontation will not favour the government,” he said.
Talking to a news conference in Taxila, he told that the country is governed by democracy and rule of law, adding that the courts make verdicts based on facts. He stressed, “Court orders should be accepted and any kind of confrontation should be avoided.”
“It will cause damage to Nawaz Sharif and party (PML-N). Courts alone give verdicts in democratic and civilised societies.”
Criticism on foreign policy
Former Interior Minister has largely opposed the new foreign policy narrative and subjected the government officials of severe criticism regarding their policy statements. On Thursday, something similar occurred when Nisar took a hit at Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif and expressed his fury against his remarks during interviews during the United States (US) visit and the offer to conduct joint operations within Pakistan.
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