‘PMLN can’t wash out blemish of attacking Judiciary’

KARACHI: All Pakistan Muslim League APML Central Information Secretary Aasia Ishaque said on Saturday that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz PMLN should rather look around than criticizing the APML Chief Pervez Musharraf.

“It was no secret that the PMLN had attacked the apex Judiciary so they should not advise Musharraf to respect it as the APML Chief has full respect for it in all aspects. There was a candid difference between the attitude of the APML Chief and the PMLN leadership because the later had attacked the Judiciary while the earlier appeared in the court on his own,” she said in a statement.

The PMLN had a very bad track record of attacking the apex Judiciary, which was a dark blemish on it and could not be washed out, she said and added that the PMLN leadership had betrayed its voters and supporters as they had left them behind under a deal but the APML Chief had been abroad on his own and returned to the country on his own..

She said that by appearing in the court, the APML Chief had sent a message across the board that the judiciary should be respected in all circumstances, which unfortunately, the PMLN leaders had lacked.

Meanwhile, Pakistan People’s Party founder member and former Sind Minister Muhammad Bux Lashari and Pakistan Muslim League-Q Labour Wing President Ali Shah had called on the APML Chief Pervez Musharraf.

Both the leaders expressed their full trust and confidence in the APML Chief and thus announced to join the APML along with thousands of supporters.

The APML Chief welcomed them both and said that Lashari was a veteran politician and with his induction, the APML would grow stronger. Lashari on the occasion said that the APML was the only political party in the country, which had the potential to take the country out of crises under the dynamic leadership of Pervez Musharraf.

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