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Gain for Pakistan's democracy, not so much for India — Civilian-military tussle

16 May 2018

He has also questioned the trial of stabbing in Pakistan's attack. Assuring that no one is pulling his strings, the premier said it was his own decision to give the explanatory statement. He demanded that Nawaz Sharif should be put on the ECL as he might try to make a deal to escape the Country after giving such a controversial remark. It is at this stage in the interview that he referred to India.

During an interview, Nawaz Sharif has openly admitted that terrorist organization in his country are working actively.

Surjewala said Sharif, whose party PML (N) continued to rule Pakistan, had made a glaring and shocking admission that the 26/11 Mumbai terror attack was guided, perpetrated and conspired in Pakistan and had the active protection of both State and non-State actors. Explain it to me.

"Why can't we complete the trial?" It is absolutely unacceptable.

The references to Russian President Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping are particularly noteworthy. The petition has been filed by the Pakistan Awami Tehreek, Geo News reported. What is new is that Nawaz Sharif has fired a salvo at Pakistan's armed forces that actually control the reins of power in that country.

Abbasi, who was elected the PM after Nawaz Sharif was ousted as the country's premier by the Supreme Court in the Panamagate judgement, reiterated his support for his predecessor.

"The participants unanimously rejected the allegations and condemned the fallacious assertions", the NSC said. They added that Ajmal Kasab's hurried execution is the main reason why the case still pending disposal. This has become a "core impediment in the finalisation of the trial".

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"India on a number of occasions refused to extend cooperation in connection with the probe nor did it provide access to the key suspect behind the attacks". "I said Pakistan is being internationally isolated and I said so because I felt it", Sharif told thousands of supporters at a rally in the northwestern disrict of Buner. This is in line with his combative mood. Sharif was disqualified as the prime minister by Pakistan's judiciary in July a year ago on charges of hiding salary he took from his son's company in the UAE.

"Will speak the truth no matter what the consequences are", he said. In his interview, he has only targeted the army but, in the past, he has lashed out against the courts too. Under its constitution, these have to be held under a caretaker government.

Following the NSC meeting, Abbasi called on Nawaz and discussed the high-level meeting with him.

His remarks had sparked controversies on domestic level in Pakistan as well as reactions in India.

Sharif also challenged his detractors to form a "national commission" to look into his statement, saying that the same authority should also bring together those individuals who were calling him a traitor so that the people of Pakistan could see who was right and who was wrong.

"After all, it was (the then) Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who, resisting all pressures, took the most important and most hard decision on national security in Pakistan's history by making the country a nuclear power in May 1998", the spokesman said while referring to the nuclear tests conducted by Pakistan in a tit-for-tat move against India 20 years ago. "Something has to change"?

Gain for Pakistan's democracy, not so much for India — Civilian-military tussle