Nawaz Sharif's interview makes him Pakistan's version of 'anti


While addressing a presser here in Karachi today, the senior PPP stalwart and leader of opposition in Senate Sherry Rehman stated that Nawaz Sharif's remarks on Mumbai attacks back Modi's stance.

Criticising the country's foreign policy, Sharif had added: "We have isolated ourselves". Despite making sacrifices, our narrative is not being accepted. Afghanistan's narrative is being accepted, but ours is not. Nawaz Sharif, in a recent interview said, "Militant organisations are active".

What he was referring to is the stalled trial in a Rawalpindi anti-terrorism court. Call them non-state actors.

ARY Television anchor Kashif Abbasi led the attack, commenting that Sharif had let Pakistan down to gain cheap publicity in India.

"After all, it was Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who, resisting all pressures, took the most important and most hard decision on national security in Pakistan's history by making the country a nuclear power in May 1998", he said. The Indian government lodged a strong protest over his release; however, the Pakistani authorities demanded that India provide incriminating evidence against him so he can be held in jail and tried effectively. "Explain it to me", he asked, in a clear reference to the Mumbai killings blamed on 10 Pakistani terrorists.

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NO matter what his political opponents or critics say about him, he knows the art of inspiring others through his extraordinary abilities of standing firm and delivering in toughest situations These lines certainly can be attributed to none other than Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif who has emerged as a respected figure and earned praise and admiration not only at home but also overseas.

Ramdev made this statement after Pakistan's ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday admitted that homegrown terrorist outfits were responsible for the 2008 attacks in Mumbai.

Nisar said Pakistan repeatedly sought cooperation from the Indian government but it always used the incident against Pakistan on political grounds for its despicable plans. "Why can't we complete the trial?" he said in an interview.

Sharif, 68, was disqualified by the Supreme Court for not being "honest and righteous" as he failed to declare in 2013 a salary he got from the company of his son in the UAE.

"India used the Mumbai attacks for its own despicable plans", said Nisar, who has swayed away from Nawaz since his ouster past year. Coordinated attacks killed 166 and injured over 300. One of them was caught and hanged.