Shehbaz Sharif demands resignation of PM, CM Punjab
According to details, Shehbaz Sharif said that PM should resign immediately as he certain segment of people to plunder national wealth.
“The report has tried proven PM innocent by misreporting facts. Imran Khan first allowed the national treasury to be looted and then ordered arrest those who plundered the wealth,” he stated.
The opposition leader strongly criticized Prime Minister saying that he is the one who approved all decisions regarding sugar export and subsidy.
“Now they can't put this responsibility on anyone else,” he added.
He declared PM the leader of sugar-mafia saying that why did he allow sugar export when there was shortage in the country.
“When Sugar Advisory Board and Secretary Food were against the export of sugar, why did PM took a decision otherwise? From allowing sugar to be exported to hoarding and selling it expensively, all responsibility lies with Imran Khan,” he added.
Earlier today, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb alleged that the all decisions regarding sugar subsidy and export were approved Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Responding to the sugar-inquiry commission’s report, Aurangzeb said that all decisions were taken by PM and Chief Minister Punjab Usman Buzdar but the blame of corruption was put on Sharif family.
“Not a single mill of Sharif family has exported sugar. Ramzan Sugar Mill of former premier Nawaz Sharif was already closed. Now the purpose of establishing commission and presenting report is just a tactic to save Imran Khan,” she stated.
She also questioned why concerned authorities have not arrested Imran Khan and Usman Buzdar until now.
“When PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif can spend his time in National Accountability Bureau’s (NAB) jail, why has not arrested PM and CM Punjab until now,” she added.
The PML-N leader further asked that when Federal Minister Khusro Bakhtiar was not questioned because he was not holding any public office then, why Maryam Nawaz, Hassan Nawaz, Hussain Nawaz, Salman Shahbaz and Yousaf Abbas are was interrogated without holding any public position.
The federal cabinet on Thursday decided to make public the report of sugar-inquiry commission.