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‘It’s Not India or USA…We kill Ourselves On Our Own’: Ex-Pakistan Prime Minister Said On Country’s Distress

Nawaz Sharif, ex-prime minister of Pakistan, was executed in the Al-Azizia Steel mill corruption case. The former prime minister said on Tuesday that neither India nor the US was behind the cash-strapped country’s affliction, and Nawaz Sharif stated that ‘we kill ourselves on our own feet.” Indirectly, Nawaz referred to by the dominant military establishment for its sorrows.

Meanwhile, during a conversation with the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) ticket contender here, the party supremo, who is observed to become the fourth time, alluded to and ousted three times in 1993,1999 and 2017.

“Today, where Pakistan is standing in terms of economy, this is not done by India, US, or Afghanistan.” Nawaz Sharif blamed the Pakistan military for the condition imposed by a selected government on this nation by rigging the 2018 polls that led to the suffering of the people and the downfall of the economy.

The 73-year-old reproached the judges for validating military oppressors.

“Military dictators legitimized their rule when they broke the Constitution. When it comes to a prime minister the judges stamp his ouster. The judges also approve the act of dissolution of the parliament,” Nawaz Sharif raised the question.

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz commander was rebuked by former ISI chief Gen Faiz Hamid for his role and forced out of power in the year 2017.

"Their two years of hard work would be wasted, according to Faiz Hamid and others, if Nawaz was released from prison."

The PML-N leader came back from London in October, ending a four-year-long self-imposed exile, and he is the only Pakistani political person who became the prime minister of the coup-vulnerable country for a record third time. 

On Monday, Nawaz said that in 1999, he was the prime minister in the morning, and by evening was declared as a hijacker. Similarly, in 2017, Nawaz Sharif was thrown out of power for not taking compensation from his son.

Nawaz Sharif and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Imran Khan were linked to a part of the military establishment's intention to install their chosen candidate in power.  

In a media conference with the nation on Thursday, the three-time former prime minister pointed out and spitted an allegation on the military establishment of 2014-17 for pushing the senior judges to remove Nawaz Sharif from power.

“A referral person of the military establishment visited the residences of senior judges and threatened them. They achieved the required court verdicts against Nawaz Sharif through coercion.” 

Last week, Sharif was set free in the Al-Azizia steel mill corruption case. He was set free in another case, the Avenfield graft case, in July 2018, and he was sent to jail for ten years. Nawaz Sharif was also set free in the Flagship corruption case.

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