Ex-PM Abbasi urges to make Karachi incident report public

ISLAMABAD: Former prime minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi demanded to make the report regarding the Karachi incident public to know the reality.

While talking to the media, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said that they have requested the accountability court to television the allegations against us  so that the people can know the truth.

Abbasi said if a former prime minister can be summoned to court then the report can also be made public to remove all confusions.

He said a summary of the inquiry report was shared yesterday in which it was said that some officers acted ‘overzealously’ and abducted the Sindh IG. “We will also say in our case that we acted ‘over zealously’ and started electricity projects in haste,” he added.

He said that he has been accused of misuse of authority not committing corruption. The PML-N leader said that he has requested to the court to televise the case proceedings live and he will personally pay all the expenses.

He said that they have requested the court to make a report of the IG Sindh case should be made public so that the people are aware of the facts of what happened in this country.

He said that the problems of the people should be discussed in front of the people and the cases should be recorded on camera. I am accused of abuse of power, not corruption, Abbasi said.

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