Federal Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Saturday demanded PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif to share the “number of calls” he made to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi from “outside Pakistan” and share the “agenda” of those calls.
Addressing a press conference in Lahore, the Minister asked, “Why did you call the head of the enemy state India from outside Pakistan. Did you feel threatened that your calls were against national security and will be leaked?”
“Nawaz Sharif should tell who gave the address of Ajmal Kasab to India,” said Rashid in reference to the Mumbai attacks accused.
Sheikh Rasheed also posed a number of questions before the media that he wanted former prime minister Nawaz Sharif to answer.
“How much money he took from Osama bin Laden in the form of charity,” he asked.
The minister also asked the former premier to tell the nation who sent the busses filled with “attackers” to target former chief justice Sajjad Shah.
Rasheed also said that the former premier talks about the vote but does not talk about court.
Later, answering questions of media persons, Sheikh Rasheed said that he is not a spokesperson of any institution.
“Meeting Chief of Army Staff (COAS) will be an honor and I don’t meet people privately”, he added.
Criticizing opposition, he said that they discuss personal agendas in meetings called on national issues.