PPP's Aitzaz Ahsan slams Nawaz for aligning stance on Mumbai attacks with India
KARACHI: Aitzaz Ahsan, a pace-setter of the Pakistan Peoples Birthday celebration (PPP), mentioned Sunday evening he used to be “unhappy and sorrowful” over former premier Nawaz Sharif’s remark in regards to the 2008 Mumbai assaults, Geo Information reported.
Ahsan famous that it used to be unlucky that the statements of Sharif and India had “change into one”.
“Nawaz Sharif’s remark is far more unhealthy than the Break of day leaks,” he mentioned.
The PPP chief additionally commented on how High Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi must have known as a gathering of the Nationwide Safety Council (NSC).
The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), the country’s ruling celebration, issued a remark Sunday evening, refuting all claims made through its former chief — now Quaid — with reference to the 2008 Mumbai assaults.
Previous, in an interview, Sharif had mentioned: “Militant organisations are energetic. Name them non-state actors, must we let them pass the border and kill 150 other folks in Mumbai?
“Provide an explanation for it to me. Why can’t we entire the trial?”
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