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Fawad Ch reacts on the bail of opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif

Lahore : Minister for Information Fawad Ch has expressed strong negative reaction on the bail of opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif saying that the decision dismayed the PTI . He directed NAB to file appeal in Supreme Court against the decision.

Fawad Ch lamented bail approval of Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly,Shahbaz Sharif. He said that there was fault in the system as the rich
used to go scot-free by hiring the services of costly counsels, while the  poor thieves had to endure prolonged incarcerations on petty crimes and languish in jails.

He said that the PTI government was fully committed to change the system of loot and plunder altogether. Shahbaz Sharif’s bail would have negative effect on
Pakistani society, he said adding that the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) should challenge the decision and the Government was ready to extend support to NAB.

To a question he said the government had ordered external audit of Sui gas companies and the preliminary reports were not encouraging.

He said PTI had apparently no political challenge but its fight against the system would continue.
He said that the PTI had successfully challenged the two party system and it would change the system as well.

Responding to a question he said one accused (Zardari)
of committing billions of rupees corruption, is visiting Sindh by changing vehicles while the other culprit (Shehbaz) was enjoying protocol and roaming in costly vehicles but they would have to be brought to justice.

To a question he said no luxury vehicles had  been hired by the government and the news spread on the social media was incorrect. The visit of Saudi Crown Prince would not burden the national exchequer as
expenditures of the Crown Prince’s entourage visits were being borne by Saudi Arabia, he added.

He said Pakistan had posted significant achievements in attracting foreign investments during the last six months and it had attracted the Saudi investment which was the largest foreign investment during the last ten years.

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