Opposition at war with NAB to end cases: Sheikh Rasheed

Says vehicles registration across country from January 1 within 24 hours

By: News Desk
Published: 02:57 PM, 28 Dec, 2020
Opposition at war with NAB to end cases: Sheikh Rasheed
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Interior Minister Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed said opposition parties are more at war with the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in comparison to Prime Minister Imran Khan to seek relief and waive off their cases, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

He claimed that the opposition's fight is only to end their cases and opposition parties are more at war with the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) instead of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

He predicted that opposition will also contest Senate elections but they will also consider resignations.

“I have not been instructed yet to set up a reception camp for the opposition’s (long march),” Sheikh Rashid added.

The Interior Minister questioned why opposition remained silent for two years.

“When nothing came out of these two years, then all of a sudden they joined hands against Imran Khan,” he added and said there is a difference between Sheikh Rashid Long March and ‘Loong’ March. To a question, he said he was not aware when Nawaz Sharif’s passport date was about to expire.

“They (PMLN and PPP) have wasted 20 years of Pakistani nation,” Sheikh Rasheed further added.

Sheikh Rashid also announced to remove Patwar Khana from Islamabad in two months and said eight departments have been merged.

The Interior Minister said there are 900 mosques including 450 seminaries in Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) and all are peaceful seminaries except few. Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed said there is a difference between a long march and 'loong' march.

He also announced housing society for Journalists including registered print and electronic media journalists and cameramen.

The Interior Minister announced that the vehicle registration process from January 1, 2021 can be done within 24 hours.