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PTI has no worry over Bilawal-Nawaz assembly: Aleem Khan | Pakistan

LAHORE: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief Aleem Khan on Tuesday mentioned his social gathering has no worry over the assembly between Pakistan Peoples Celebration (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif.

A day earlier, Bilawal paid a visit to Nawaz Sharif on the Kot Lakhpat jail to inquire about his well being.

“Imran Khan has already mentioned each these events are the identical,” Aleem Khan mentioned throughout his assembly with Punjab Meeting Speaker Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi.

Aleem mentioned it was factor that Bilawal went to go to an ailing Nawaz Sharif in jail. “There are variations in politics however human relations ought to stay intact.”

Elahi mentioned nobody needs to be involved with two opposition events sitting collectively.

Following his assembly, Bilawal advised reporters Nawaz Sharif seemed very ailing and on behalf of PPP demanded that the previous prime minister is given one of the best medical remedy. “I hope the prime minister and his authorities suppose on humanitarian grounds,” Bilawal mentioned.  

‘This was a political assembly’

The prime minister’s spokesman Naeem ul Haque commenting on Bilawal visiting Nawaz mentioned the assembly was political. “For my part, I don’t suppose he [Bilawal] went to go to him [Nawaz] as a result of he’s ailing, somewhat it was a political assembly,” Haque advised reporters on Tuesday.

“Within the historical past of Pakistan, there isn’t a file of the financial system being destroyed as they [PPP, PML-N] did within the final ten years. For this reason each the heads of the social gathering are being investigated by NAB,” Haque added.  



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