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PM refuses to resign, QWP, ANP support him

PM refuses to resign, QWP, ANP support him
July 15, 2017

PESHAWAR

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday refused to accept resignation demands and said no corruption charge was levelled in the Joint Investigation Team report against him.

He said his hands were clear and he would defend himself in the Supreme Court. He said this while addressing a gathering of parliamentarians of his party and claimed that the report was controversial as baseless allegations were levelled against him and his family.

He said that no solid evidence could be produced against him where the JIT report was a pack of lies. He said that report did not even mention a single line to prove that the prime minster was involved in corruption.

The Prime Minister said that conspiracies were being hatched against him and his government after 2013 general elections.  On the other hand, a meeting of opposition parties was also held where all parties agreed to pressurize the prime minister to set aside axcept Qaumi Watan Party and Awami National Party. Both parties opposed resignation of PM before SC final judgment.

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