Malik vows to expose PML-N’s corruption before courts, PAC
ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Interior Rehman Malik on Friday said that evidence of corruption against the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) will be presented before the courts and the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) very soon.
In a statement, the minister said that due to poor governance in Punjab, the province is on top regarding crime rate and corruption cases.
“People of the country have full right to know from the leaders of Punjab about their performance as it seems PML-N’s few ministers are deliberately doing so to disqualify their leadership,” said the interior minister.
He said Chief Minister Punjab Sahahbaz Sharif talks about making the country according to the desires and ambition of the Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah whose motto was “Unity, Faith and Discipline.”
“However, while ignoring “discipline,” the leadership of PML-N stimulates people for agitations and protests against the federation,” he added.
The minister said the PML-N leadership is also unaware of word “unity” as they besides promoting feelings of malignity in people against the federal government they have also been supporting the banned organisations openly.
Malik said they have only “faith” in money as they transferred such looted money from country’s banks to abroad.
The minister advised the PML-N leadership to stop politics of defaming just for petty gains and play their due role in the development of the country.