EX-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif
CHAKWAL: Chairman Senate Committee, Defense Production Lt. Gen ( R ) Abdul Qayyum said on Saturday that the verdict of Supreme Court was implemented forthwith but there were certain reservations of ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharifand also constitutional experts observed that the decision of Supreme Court was also not accepted by the people of Pakistan, therefore Nawaz Sharif has decided to went among the masses to thank them as they had elected him thrice the Prime Minister of Pakistan. He was addressing at meet the press program at Chakwal Press Club. Gen. Abdul Qayyum further told that the background of Pakistan Judicial history is not encouraging as the law of necessity was invented by Justice Muneer and then the judicial murder was adopted by the Supreme court when elected prime minister Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto was hanged and then Chief Justice Irshad Hassan not only upheld the military quo of Gen. Parvez Musharaf but also allowed Musharaf to amend the constitution and this was the only right Parliament to make the law or proposed amendment in the constitution. Gen. Qayyum was confident that the
Lt. Gen ( R ) Abdul Qayyum
democracy and civil rule is the need of the hour and there is no provision of National Govt. in the present setup. He seconded the debated between judiciary, executive, parliament and the military regime and hope that a consensus is to be developed and all the institutions must act according to their limits that were laid down in the constitution of Pakistan. He was of the view that there is an international conspiracy against Pakistan as soon as the CEPEC Project has been take off, anti-Pakistan forces are active to destabilize Pakistan because the CEPEC Project would change the whole economic atmosphere of the region. He further told that Nawaz Sharif is the only popular leader that guaranteed the unity of the country. He was confident that Nawaz Sharif would also go in the court and review petition to explain his position as Prime Minister as no corruption charges against him. A cake of Independence Day was also cut on this occasion.