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RAWALPINDI: The head of Awami Muslim League (AML) Sheikh Rashid has demanded of the Supreme Court to put the names of those, who were benefited by recently introduced amendments in NAB laws. He requested Supreme Court not to let the ‘culprits’ flee from the country.
Addressing a ceremony here on Wednesday, Sheikh Rashid highlighted the current state of the country and said people in Mecca were cursing the present government for what it had done to Pakistan.
He said entire nation was looking towards the Supreme Court, adding that Pakistan had technically gone bankrupt, and that even diplomatic staff abroad had run out of finance. He said the pressers by PM and Finance Ministers reflected the level of depression they were suffering from.
He further said “Supreme Court and Army are our own institutions, and both can’t stay away from the masses.”
Sheikh Rashid claimed that elections would take place, and asked the nation to make preparations for polls. In apparent reference to the dissolution of Punjab Assembly, he said Pervaiz Elahi would do what Imran Khan would ask him to do.
Turning to his usual practice of predictions and forecast, Sheikh Rashid said coming days from Dec 15 to 30 were important for Pakistan.