ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-N leader Nawaz Sharif has hoped Thursday that the talks for the freedom of judiciary would reach to a positive conclusion. Talking to a private TV channel, Nawaz Sharif expressed his surprise over hesitation of People’s Party to fulfill its commitment.
He termed Nov. 3 as the darkest day of the national history and said that it was the biggest tragedy. “We have faced that cruel act and will restore the judges with dignity to their offices.” “I pray for our unity but the enemy doesn’t want to see us united,” he further said. “We are trying our utmost to remain united and get the independent judiciary restored,” he further said.
Mian Nawaz Sharif said that the accord for restoration of judges had a deadline of 30 days, which could not be fulfilled but we will try to the extreme to fulfill our commitment. In case of failure of the talks the parliamentary party would take final decision, he further said. He said the man that has pushed the country to such a situation must be made accountable.The problems of the country could not be resolved without an independent judiciary, he added.
No compromise on restoration of judiciary: Jhagra
OKARA: Central Secretary General of Pakistan Muslim League-N Senator Iqbal Zafar Jhagra has said reinstatement of the deposed judges will never be compromised and reiterated that it will be restored to pre-November 3 position.
Talking to a private TV channel, he said session of PML-N central working committee was postponed due to an important meeting between PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif and PPP Co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari in Dubai. He expressed hope that coalition between the two parties would be lasting. PML-N Secretary General said any decision as regards leaving the federal cabinet and future of Punjab government would be taken in PML-N central working committee’s meeting adding that Nawaz Sharif would announce the date of the meeting.