Military, Judiciary allied against govt: Chaudhry


Pakistan’s powerful military and Supreme Court (SC) are working together to oust the government, said Fawad Chaudhry.
Chaudhry was speaking to reporters after SC ordered Ashraf’s arrest in Rental Power Plants case on Tuesday with 19 others involved in the case.
Ashraf is accused of receiving kickbacks in rental power projects and of buying property from money received through various other scams.
ANP Senator Haji Adeel told that the court’s orders would be obeyed but government’s legal advisers were working to find if Ashraf enjoyed immunity in the case, however, he failed to understand the timing of the verdict amid Tehrik Minhajul Quran chief Dr Tahirul Qadri’s long march and overall political turmoil.
According to Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) leader Aitzaz Ahsan, Ashraf would remain prime minister of the country even if he is imprisoned in the case unless a no-trust motion was moved against him.
On the other hand, PPP leadership is mulling options which include a pre-arrest bail, contesting court’s verdict on grounds of interpretation and filing a review with an application for suspension of the verdict untill there is a decision on the review.


  1. That is not our key issues. Stop complaining and do something useful for the country. Useless peices of crap.

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