Freed Hamza Shehbaz says rulers' day of accountability is near
He said Imran Khan let the anger of his defeats vent on the masses by increasing the prices of daily commodities including sugar and flour.
Heaping praise on PML-N supremo and his uncle Nawaz Sharif, Hamza said he is the only leader who returned from London leaving his ailing wife in the hospital to go to jail.
He said Nawaz Sharif went to jail with his daughter when his wife was on a deathbed in the London hospital.
He said it has been three years since the fake government has staged the accountability drama and has jailed Nawaz Sharif, Shehbaz Sharif, Shahid Khaqan Abbassi, Rana Sanaullah and Hanif Abbassi but could not prove anything against them.
He said whether it is a Broadsheet issue or any other matter, the rulers resorted to only lies.
He said they held secret meetings with Broadsheet but could not find anything against the Sharif family.
When Hamza stepped out of the jail, he was welcomed by PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz and a large number of party leaders and workers who danced to drumbeat and shouted slogans in his favour.
Around 12 camps were set up at different places of the provincial capital to welcome the PML-N leader on the way to his residence in Model Town.
It is worth mentioning here that the release of PML-N leader became possible when relatives of Bushra Bibi, who is wife of Prime Minister Imran Khan, became guarantors in his case.
Masood Akhtar, one of the guarantors in the case, is a cousin of the country’s first lady.
Adeel Ali Khan, the second guarantor, is the nephew of the prime minister’s wife while the third guarantor Idrees Bhatti is the son-in-law of Masood Akhtar.
Both Hamza and Maryam Nawaz went to Hamza’s home in Model Town in the same car.
Hamza also addressed PML-N workers at Kacha Jail Road on way to his home.
The court also ordered Hamza to submit two surety bonds of one million rupees each.
However, the PML-N leader could not be freed on Wednesday as the LHC order granting bail to him could not arrive at the accountability court in time.