PML-N will reap tomorrow what it is sowing today: Sheikh Rasheed

Pakistan May, 28 2023
PML-N will reap tomorrow what it is sowing today: Sheikh Rasheed
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LAHORE: Awami Muslim League Chief Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed warned that ruling PML-N would reap harvest tomorrow of what they were sowing currently. In series of tweets former Interior Minister who is still standing by PTI Chairman Imran remarked that any political party was not sugar factory and it remained in masses’ hearts. “Biryani public meeting in Kasur held by PML-N cannot damage Lal Haveli anyway,” he quipped.

About Youm-e-Takbeer celebrated every year on May 28 in connection with nuclear tests conducted in 1998, Rasheed gave credit to Raja Zafarul Haq, Gohar Ayub and himself for move. He claimed rest of Cabinet, including then Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif were against nuclear tests.

He said he would live and die in Pakistan but his name had been placed on exit control list while diplomatic passports were issued to convicted persons living abroad having their assets and children also there.

He claimed that ruling alliance comprising 13 parties had become symbol of hate and PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif would never go for elections.

Rasheed urged institutions to hold an impartial investigation into May 9 events and punish culprits “Tight” and pleaded for another probe to know on whose orders police were asleep that day.

“If patriotic Pakistani cannot stand against his own Army, he also cannot stand by PDM’s thieves,” he concluded.

Published in The Daily National Courier, May, 29 2023

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