Siddique Jan explains how another stance of Nawaz Sharif is proven wrong.

  • Nawaz Sharif had a speech in the courtroom and said the cases are made because I went against Musharraf
  • He claims that the whole cases are made out of revenge against me.
  • But in fact, Nawaz Sharif was the one who let Musharraf go.

Nawaz Sharif’s stance about Pervez Musharaff has been proven wrong once again – Siddique Jan explains.

Siddique Jan talks about the case of Pervez Musharraf and says that the Supreme Court of Pakistan did not allow Musharraf to go abroad. It was the Govt. of PMLN who did it.

The decision of the trial court:

The trial court had decided that the case will only proceed if Musharraf is here in the country. Justice Asif Saeed Khosa got surprised and asked “Did the PMLN Govt challenge it? ”

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But the answer was a “No”. PMLN Govt did not challenge the decision of the trial court and let Pervez Musharaf go abroad.

The lack of response from PMLN federal cabinet:

Siddique Jan explains that no member of PMLN’s federal cabinet asked this question. They did not care about the terms of the decision of the trial court.

They could have gone into the supreme court and challenge the decision that the proceedings must be done only by keeping Pervez Musharaf in Pakistan.

This is how PMLN helped Pervez Musharaf leaving Pakistan.

Chaudhry Nisar’s Press Conference:

Chaudhry Nisar held a press conference when Pervez Musharaff left. He had a lengthy press conference where he claimed that Pervez Musharaf is going for 4 months only and he will be back after that.

Contradiction in Nawaz Sharif’s statement:

Pervez Musharraf left the country in 2016 when Nawaz Sharif gave him a favor. But in 2017 when Nawaz Sharif was disqualified, he claimed that all of these cases are made against me because I went against Musharraf.

This is how Siddique Jan has exposed the contradictions in Nawaz Sharif’s statement.

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