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Wednesday, November 20, 2019

The Prime Minister Barred Government Spokesmen From Commenting || Chief Justice's statement ||

The Prime Minister barred government spokesmen from commenting on the Chief Justice's statement

Govt allowed to base Nawaz Sharif's report on reports; Nawaz Sharif's health will not do any politics



 
PM stops government spokespersons from commenting on Chief Justice's statement ۔ According to details, a meeting of government spokespersons was chaired by the Prime Minister.
During the meeting, the Prime Minister stopped the government spokesmen from commenting on the Chief Justice's statement. During the meeting, the Prime Minister said that the government allowed the foundation of the reports of Nawaz Sharif. The government allowed Nawaz Sharif to come out with humanitarian sympathy. Nawaz Sharif's health will not do any politics.

 People are watching the activities of Sharif in London.

Referring to the PTI Foreign Funding Case, the Prime Minister said that there should be no problem in the Foreign Funding Case. Audit reports are available for all PTI accounts. The Prime Minister added that the economy is recovering and therefore the position is worried. The opposition is making statements against the government to keep its politics alive. Opposition is aware that the economy will be shut down by political energy shops.
It should be clear that in a statement issued on Wednesday, Chief Justice Asif Saeed Khosa had said that the prime minister should not slander, he allowed anyone to go out. Free, we punished the prime minister and disqualified one, a former Army chief is coming soon, the judges consider their work as worship, 3100 judges across the country have filed 36 million cases last year. See also the judiciary who relieved the millions of people who made decisions, only three out of the 36 million cases will be powerful people. A little caution, Chief Executive and our elected representatives, government should consider giving such statements.

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