Shehbaz calls National Assembly the most controversial in Pakistan’s history

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif on Friday called the newly elected National Assembly the most controversial in Pakistan’s history’.

While addressing the National Assembly he said that this assembly was made after massive rigging. “What sort of an election was this wherein machines were shut down while polling agents were thrown of polling stations from Chitral to Karachi.

The PML-N leader said that the Election Commission of Pakistan completely failed to fulfill its due responsibilities and demanded the National Assembly speaker to form a parliamentary commission over the election rigging allegations.

“We will not attack and curse the parliament. We won’t disturb the visit of foreign dignitaries to Pakistan. We won’t curse the parliament. We won’t force the Supreme Court judges to change their route,” he said. “But we won’t settle before getting answers of our questions.”

The PML-N president said that Nawaz Sharif is being targetted for giving a go-ahead for the nuclear tests while rejecting $5 billion from the United States of America.

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