Minister for Interior Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Tuesday said that Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) vice president Maryam Nawaz should carefully read the broadsheet as it could turn out to be Panama part two for her family.
He congratulated the police, vagrants and law enforcement agencies at a press conference in Islamabad on Tuesday that they did not hinder the PDM protests while maintaining the law and order, adding that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) protests did not hinder everyone. All saw the results.
“Even the media itself was saying that there were not more than 3000 people in the protest,” Sheikh Rasheed said and added there were many flags and leaders but there were no workers.
The minister said after today s failed show of PDM, the government also welcomes their long march that could end opposition s power-driven campaign.
Reacting to the statement of PDM chairman and Moulana Fazlur Rehman, Sheikh Rasheed said that the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) chief was with former president General (r) Pervez Musharraf when the madrasa students picked up the gun and now he is instigating the students but no one came, adding that it was a Friday market for power hungry people.
He said that earlier they were speaking against the Pakistan Army, adding that those who speak immorally against the army will have to pay the price. He also thanked the Ulemas and Madrassa students from Islamabad who did not participate in PDM s protest.
Commenting on the Broadsheet case, he said that Maryam Nawaz should read it carefully because it would prove that her family was once again victimized by the Panama case.