Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz President Nawaz Sharif has accused the coalition partners of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) government of doing the politics for their personal interests.
He said that those who backed off their promises of giving evidences to the Scotland-Yard had changed their positions and they were not able to run the country, an obvious reference to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan who had said he would provide the London police with evidences against the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM).
Sharif said he had sacrificed his government in Sindh for law and order and over the murder of Hakeem Muhammad Saeed in Karachi.
He also said that he should be given credit of good work, which he carried out during his stint as the prime minister of Pakistan.
The former prime minister said that he had built motorway, where fighter planes like JF-17 Thunder and F-16 could land and take off, signed deal of JF-17 project, invited Indian prime minister, eliminated unemployment and was about to eliminate poverty when his government was toppled by those who were against the development.
While defending Pakistan Muslim League (N) he said that, we are labeled as 'friendly opposition' and then said that whether friendly oppositions conduct long marches?
He accused President Asif Ali Zardari of violating the Charter of Democracy (COD) signed by him and PPP’s late chairperson Benazir Bhutto.
Nawaz Sharif said that he will not refrain from any sacrifice and added that he never sold his principles. He also said that during his tenure as Prime Minister there was no terrorism.
The PML-N president has said that the reopening of the graft cases by National Accountability Bureau (NAB) against him, don’t hold much vigor.
Earlier, Nationality Accountability Bureau Chairman Admiral (retd) Fasih Bokhari has ordered the reopening of three references against Nawaz Sharif’s family. The Sharif Brothers are allegedly involved in a $32m embezzlement case.