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Hashmi: Nawaz to be convicted

Hashmi: Nawaz to be convicted

Islamabad, Dec 23 (UNI) Veteran politician Javed Hashmi has predicted that Nawaz Sharif will be convicted in the National Accountability Bureau’s Flagship and Al-Azizia case as “the institutions won’t let these (cases) prove false”.
“I will not accept this decision as Nawaz Sharif will be convicted at any cost,” he said.
Talking to the media here on Saturday, senior politician said that the purpose of the NAB was to make politicians change their political loyalties, Dawn reported.
About creation of south Punjab province, he said the plan was in its final stage and only a U-turn by the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government could wind it up. However, he added that taking a U-turn on the issue won’t be easy for the government.
“All the political parties in the parliament have unanimously announced to support the move,” he added.
He said after becoming the head of the Public Accounts Committee, Shahbaz Sharif could now issue his own production orders for the National Assembly sessions.
Mr Hashmi regretted that Prime Minister Imran Khan was delivering speeches all over the world, but was absent from the National Assembly sessions.
He deplored that the media was facing censorship and those (workers), who had made the media a profitable industry were being deprived of their jobs.
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