ISLAMABAD    -   Former interior minister and Awami Muslim League founder Sheikh Rashid Ahmad has said that the fate of Pakistan’s future politics is now linked with the higher courts. 

Taking to his Twitter handle on Sunday, Sheikh Rashid wrote: “The hearing of the NAB amend­ment case on October 4 is also important. If the decision would have to be taken on the call of Im­ran Khan on the streets, then everything would be swept away”. He said there is a need to deal with the people’s problems and not the thieves. He was of the view that October is important, adding important political decisions will be tak­en by November 15. 

He cautioned that if the Supreme Court does not investigate the cipher, then the situation may be­come serious while alerting the rulers that they will get nothing from the disqualification and ar­rest of former premier and PTI Chairman Imran Khan. He said the Islamabad police are tired now. “Bilawal Bhutto is having fun in America for the last two weeks. He has no care for the flood-hit people,” Rashid concluded.