Politics and crime must be separated, says Shibli Faraz
Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Shibli Faraz says politics and crime must be separated.
In a tweet statement on Sunday, he said red line should be accepted in the national interest of Pakistan and politics.
The Minister said the nation understands difference between interest of Nawaz Sharif and national interest.
He said the supporters of Nawaz Sharif will also have to realize this difference.
سیاست اور جرم کو الگ رکھنا ہوگا۔ سیاست اور پاکستان کے قومی مفاد میں سرخ لکیر کو ماننا ہوگا۔ نوازشریف کے مفادات اور قومی مفادات میں فرق قوم سمجھتی ہے۔ نوازشریف کے حواریوں کو بھی یہ ماننا پڑے گا۔
— Senator Shibli Faraz (@shiblifaraz) November 1, 2020
Earlier on Saturday, Shibli Faraz said the government will not allow anyone to give statements against the state institutions and damage the country’s image.
He said certain elements from opposition parties have spoken against the state institutions for securing their vested interests.
The Minister said former Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq’s anti-state statement provided the Indian media an opportunity to unleash propaganda against Pakistan.
He said the elements, which harm the country, will held accountable, and in this regard, legal options are being deliberated upon.
The Minister said the PDM is following the narrative of destabilizing the country.
He said the PTI government has taken initiatives to provide jobs and houses to people.
Shibli Faraz further added that measures are also underway to control inflation. He said the PTI government has stabilized economy.
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