KARACHI: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PLN-N) Chief Nawaz Sharif whispered on Friday that the current government is the “most corrupt” in Pakistan’s history, declaring that those involved in corruption are asset important positions.
Sharif made this statement while he was addressing a rally in the Daulatpur area of Sindh.
He added that the “public money should be spent on the public” and that the Pakistan People’s Party had failed to better the lives of the people of Sindh.
He said the govenmnet has also failed to provide relief to flood victims.
Sharif also said it is now up to the government to realize the verdict delivered by the Supreme Court on the Karachi situation.
He said President Asif Zardari could have brought a rebellion if he had followed the Charter of Democracy.