LAHORE: Railway Minister Sheikh Rashid has said that Shahbaz Sharif was hiding in the back room of his house when the NAB raided his house to arrest him.
Speaking at a press conference in Lahore, Sheikh Rashid said that when the NAB raid, Shahbaz Sharif was at home and hiding in the back room, he was used to playing on both sides of the wicket and wanted to play a conciliatory role, but PM Imran Khan has no interest in a conciliatory role. I had already said that the NAB would return in the form of Tarzan after Eid.
Sheikh Rashid said that Shahbaz Sharif will go to jail, his case is serious, he is a dust leader that the police are behind him and he is running away from arrest, he understands that his company is getting publicity even though it is rejected. It seems that we used to make arrests ourselves. Jail is the father-in-law of a real politician but these are thieves and traitorous politicians. These people will not survive even in Chinese.
Responding to a question about Nawaz Sharif’s picture appearing in London on social media, Sheikh Rashid said, “Don’t go to the picture. Ask Nawaz Sharif what is happening to him. It is difficult to live outside. Lahore is Lahore and something in London.” No, ask him from the inside what is going on, in fact his color piston is damaged and the engine is giving smoke, it is also seen in the pictures walk and tea, on the issue of Nawaz Sharif’s medical reports. Fawad Chaudhry is right, some rig money has definitely been turned on the reports.
The Railway Minister said that all those responsible for the Chinese crisis will go to jail and Imran Khan will hold those involved in the clutches of the constitution and law. The issue of Chinese report will be discussed in the cabinet meeting tomorrow and the forensic report on flour will be decided. ۔
Sheikh Rashid said that petrol became cheaper and stockists created a problem, petrol shortage has been discussed in ECC, OGRA has been directed to address the shortage, petrol is going to become expensive again, hence the mafia. Waiting for prices to rise by hoarding. He further said that the government in Steel Mill would do what the Supreme Court would decide.