Published: Tue, May 15, 2018
Global | By Shelia Dennis

Sharif says will speak truth after party, Pak PM reject remarks

Sharif says will speak truth after party, Pak PM reject remarks

Former Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif's sustained stand on the 26/11 terror attacks in Mumbai that left 166 people dead despite a strong backlash from inside Pakistan shows that the ousted leader is living up to a definite game plan and he is doing it courageously.

Referring to Pakistan's inclusion into the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) grey-list, Qureshi said, "Nawaz's statement will take us from the grey list to the black list". "With this irresponsible statement, the country's diplomatic efforts and national security will face a serious consequences, and it should be discussed on the floor of the House", the PPP's adjournment motion stated.

The petition maintains that the interview further sheds light on the United Nations resolution against Hafiz Saeed, who has been the suspect of Mumbai attacks, since years.

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Abbasi maintained that Sharif had not said or implied that the Mumbai attackers were sent from Pakistan deliberately.

Meanwhile, the interview has stirred a storm as Indian media has turned his statement into a charge sheet against Pakistan for being involved in the Mumbai attacks.

The senior civil-military officials also agreed that India denied access to the principal accused, Ajmal Qasab, and his extraordinarily hurried execution became the core impediment in the finalisation of the trial.

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The country's top security body on Monday unanimously rejected the allegations and condemned the fallacious assertions stemming out of a recent statement regarding Mumbai attacks, terming it "incorrect and misleading".

"What did I say that was wrong in the interview?" Sharif had asked in the interview.

"The same things have been said by Imran Khan, former interior minister Rehman Malik, former president Pervez Musharraf as well as former director general of the Inter-Services Intelligence Shuja Pasha". "I am being called a traitor on the media - they [the media] are being made to call me a traitor". "Are those who pulled out judges from their offices patriots?"

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Sharif on Monday dispelled the notion that the comments were falsely attributed to him, saying that he will speak the truth come what may.

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