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PML-N releases letters over NAB chief appointment

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ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League (Nawaz) has released letters to media on Saturday, which were written to the Prime Minister over appointment of Chairman National Accountability Bureau.

Chaudhry Nisar Ali, leader of the opposition in National Assembly, in two letters addressed to the prime minister said over the government proposed names for NAB top office that Mukhtar Junejo has been a disputed person, while Deedar Hussain Shah has contested elections on People’s Party ticket twice, which renders him ineligible for the NAB post under the Charter of Democracy.-SANA

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  1. Question arises here on criticism of the appointment of NAB chief by PML(N) leadership, that whether PML-N chief Mian Nawaz Sharif, who had expressed confidence in Deedar Shah during his own imprisonment, was right or the rest of the members of his party who were aspirants to the slot of premiership were justified. In the past, it was the PML-N Quaid, who during the time of his imprisonment in Musharraf era, had filed a petition that when appeals 43/2000, Acquittal Appeals No: 46/2000, 50/2000 were filed in High Court of Sindh, at that time Mr Justice Deedar Hussain Shah was Chief Justice of Sindh and he did not find any necessity or reason to compose Full Bench. Everyone is surprised over the present stand of the PML-N against NAB chairman Deedar Shah. How a person in whom Nawaz had shown trust in the past could be declared ineligible for his current post. PML-N Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif should himself return to the Parliament in order to reduce communication gap between him and other party leaders.


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