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Chaudhry says PML-N doing politics over Nawaz’s well being | Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Info Minister Fawad Chaudhry mentioned on Sunday that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz is doing politics over former prime minister Nawaz Sharif’s well being as they don’t have any public problem to spotlight to the individuals.

“We’ve requested him a number of occasions to inform us the physician he desires however he mentioned that he desires to go to London. That’s not acceptable,” he mentioned in a rally at Jhelum.

The minister appreciated the position of individuals of Jhelum in safeguarding the territorial sovereignty of the nation.

“Immediately the worldwide group is making enjoyable of India. They used to say that we’ll beat you inside your nation. We’ve allow them to know that their need is nothing however a daydream,” mentioned Chaudhry.

Chaudhry mentioned that Prime Minister Imran Khan has all the time condemned all types of terrorism, and has reiterated that if the India takes a step in direction of peace, Pakistan will take two.

“Immediately the US media is saying that the Pakistani premier ought to get the peace prize. It is a respect for Pakistan. However a couple of individuals made enjoyable of it in meeting they don’t have respect for any establishment,” he mentioned.

The knowledge minister mentioned that there is no such thing as a disagreement between the federal government and opposition besides the truth that the federal government is defending each single penny of the federal government exchequer. 



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