Rasheed warns situation will go adverse if Supreme Court not oversee ‘cypher issue’
Islamabad: Former Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed has warned that if Supreme Court did not look into cypher issue, whole situation could deteriorate very quickly. In a recent tweet, leader of Awami Muslim League while expressing his sentiments said every decision of ‘dimwit’ rulers turns out to be against them. Rasheed stated that Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has been ‘enjoying himself’ in America for past two weeks and is not concerned about flood victims in Sindh at all.
Former Minister stated that decision of Pakistan’s political future is now linked with superior judiciary and that hearing of NAB amendments case, scheduled for October 4 is also ‘important’. He warned that if a decision on call of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chief Imran Khan is made on streets, then entire system will be wiped out.
Rasheed clarified that there is a need to address people’s problems rather than inking a deal with ‘thieves,’ adding that month of October has a significance in terms of country’s political landscape, with important decisions to be made by November 15.
Published in The Daily National Courier, October, 03 2022