Govt could not pass a single resolution against Modi: Sanaullah
LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) leader Rana Sanaullah has said that India tried to end the status of occupied Kashmir but the government could not pass a single resolution against Indian premier Narendra Modi.
The special anti-terrorism court extended the interim bail of Rana Sanaullah and Capt (retd), Muhammad Safdar, till 12th October. Sanaullah appeared in the court but Captain (retd) Safdar’s plea for exemption from attendance was granted.
Speaking to media after his appearance in the court, the PML-N leader said that India had tried to end the status of occupied Kashmir but the government could not pass a single resolution against Modi.
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He said that if Indian agents have come to Pakistan then they would not have come down from the sky and if Indians are doing activities here then why the government did not take action.
The PML-N leader said that the government was confused and had also registered a case against Maryam Nawaz. The hands and feet of the government have swelled with the announcement of Maryam Nawaz’s rally in Gujranwala.
He said that even in the time of Sheikh Rashid Pervez Musharraf, he used to say that Nawaz Sharif would not return. The government’s lies will no longer work.