Nisar says he won’t join hands with PML-N’s rival


TAXILA: Former Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) stalwart Chaudhry Nisar on Sunday he was unable to join to any other political party because he has close contacts with the leadership of his former party.

Addressing a press conference in Taxila, the former interior minister said he will reveal his political roadmap at an appropriate time.

Nisar, however, refused comment on former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s cases, saying they were sub-judice.

Despite their difference, PM Imran Khan and Nawaz Sharif share the same stance on India, urging that a detailed debate must be held over matters relating to Pakistan and India.

“Nobody wants war here. Dialogues should be held with India,” he said.

Commenting over the latest anti-corruption cases, Nisar said that he was not again accountability but it should be carried out in a transparent manner. He was of the view that the government was creating an impression of having influences over arrests in corruption cases. He added that the government seemed involved in recent arrest instead of the National Accountability Bureau (NAB).

He urged that the country needs political stability and its responsibility imposed on the government first.

The politician questioned what would be the future of a country whose economy was dependent on loans. He said that Pakistan needs years to get rid of loans.

While expressing his thoughts, Nisar said Financial Action Task Force (FATF) was apparently a political institution. He said that some powers were hatching conspiracies to blacklist Pakistan.

He demanded political leaders to restrain from delivering such statements which weaken stance of Pakistan on international forums.