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PML-Q’s Chaudhry Shujaat asks Pervez Elahi to return house, alerts to cease siding with PTI

PML-Q’s senior chief Chaudhry Shujaat. — Screengrab through YouTube/ Geo Information

ISLAMABAD: PML-Q’s senior chief Chaudhry Shujaat Hussain on Monday invited Punjab’s Chief Minister Chaudhry Pervez Elahi to return house.

“On the residence, my room is on one facet, whereas the opposite facet belongs to Pervez Elahi,” the previous premier mentioned throughout his deal with to the general public following the political turmoil in Punjab final week.

Unrest within the province started after the Supreme Court docket’s resolution relating to the chief minister’s elections.

“They’re attempting to divide the household,” he mentioned whereas talking in regards to the ongoing battle throughout the get together. He suggested  Elahi to “cease making a mockery of their household.”

The PML-Q chief mentioned that talking the reality was changing into against the law within the nation. “Filthy abuses are hurled at and makes an attempt have been made to malign my sons,” he mentioned, including that his sons have all the time taken his recommendation and that he’s pleased with them.

Shujaat mentioned that he has all the time been on the facet of the reality and can all the time accomplish that.

Addressing the rumours being unfold relating to his son’s assembly with Imran Khan, he mentioned that these accusing lack standing themselves.

Within the wake of allegations of taking bribes, Chaudhry Shujaat mentioned, “Zardari got here to my residence himself.”

He then spoke in regards to the accusations being directed towards politicians.

“Politicians are being accused of financial destruction. Actually, all of the accusations are being directed in the direction of politicians,” he mentioned.

When talking in regards to the military’s alleged intervention to calm the continuing political chaos, the previous PM mentioned that it’s the politicians’ fault due to which the military chief needed to intervene.

The PML-Q chief then went on to discuss the difficulty of pending court docket instances in opposition to him.

“Instances within the Excessive Court docket are dragged for years. A 20-year-old case in opposition to us was dragged too,” he lamented.

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