Imran Khan announces to challenge NAB law amendments in Supreme Court
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan has announced moving the country’s top court against amendments to the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) law by the incumbent government.
In a press conference in Islamabad, Imran Khan said that we have decided to challenge the amendments made by the government regarding NAB law amendments in the Supreme Court this week.
He said that a nation which has corruption in it cannot develop. Corruption is a sign of a nation without justice, that is, without the rule of law.
He further said that in a country where elite class is above the law and the law is only for the weak, then those countries are destroyed.
Imran Khan said that if a nation is rich then it is not because there are more resources and if a nation has more poverty then it does not mean that there is lack of resources but lack of one thing which is justice.
PTI Chairman added that the country has been ridiculed and those who have shamelessly passed NAB amendments should be imprisoned for shamelessness.
The former prime minister said that everyone knows that the courts of Pakistan are independent, so how could Imran Khan put them [PDM leaders] in jails.
He said that if they are innocent then what is the point of fear, in this country no law can be made regarding one’s caste, law is collective, it is not possible for Imran Khan to make any amendment and make law for himself.
Imran Khan said that now Asif Zardari, Nawaz Sharif, his daughter Maryam Nawaz will also be saved from their corruption cases.