MURREE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz Chief Nawaz Sharif said on Saturday that PML-N would not permit parliament to protect corruption, neither the party would allow anyone to attack parliament.
Addressing a high-level consultative meeting of the PML-N, Nawaz said there was no doubt about the preeminence of parliament but the government would not be allowed to jeopardise the judiciary. “The government will have to abide by orders of the judiciary,” Nawaz asserted. He said Pakistan’s future was linked to supremacy of law and that the PML-N would never fail the nation in this regard.
The PML-N chief said his party did not suppose in personal or party move toward, adding that the PML-N would continue to hoist its voice for the rights of people.
According to sources, the PML-N consultative meeting decided that the party would stick to its honorable deportment on the execution of verdicts of the superior judiciary.
Overall political situation in the country, new parliamentary session starting tomorrow (Monday), various cases being heard in the Supreme Court (SC) and the government’s stance on judicial decisions were discussed at the meeting. Our correspondent