No differences with the judiciary: Nawaz

Deposed prime minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday said that he was not against the entire judiciary but a few judges.

Nawaz, speaking with his party workers at Punjab House said that he will not back down in the face of adversity.

“I don’t have any differences with the entire judiciary but with only a few judges,” he said.

“There are certain elements that don’t want me to remain as the president of the party,” Nawaz claimed.

He added that former chief minister of Balochistan Sanaullah Zehri stepped down on the suggestion of Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi to avoid horse-trading in the province.

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He added that the PM said that there was no point in saving the government in Balochistan if PML-N party members are not on the same page.

Hence, he said that the PM advised Zehri to resign in view of the political crisis in the province.

“We have reached a new low with Trump hurling insults at us. This is has never happened before and this is shameful for us as a nation,” the former PM said.

He said that he vehemently believes in the rule of law, however, the same laws must apply to military dictators that apply on everyone else as well.

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