Rulers won’t benefit from Imran’s disqualification or arrest: Sh Rashid
Former minister wants Supreme Court to investigate cipher
October 2, 2022 01:31 PM
Former interior minister and Awami Muslim League Founder Sheikh Rashid Ahmad has cautioned that if the Supreme Court does not investigate the cipher, then the situation may become serious while alerting the rulers that they will get nothing from the disqualification and arrest of former premier and PTI Chairman Imran Khan, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.
Taking to his Twitter handle on Sunday, Sh Rashid wrote: “If the Supreme Court does not investigate the cipher, the situation may become dire. The low witted rulers take every step against themselves. The rulers will not get anything from Imran Khan's disqualification and arrest. The Islamabad police has been tired. Bilawal Bhutto is having fun in America for the last two weeks. He does not care of flood-hit people.
“The fate of Pakistan’s future politics is now linked with the higher courts. The hearing of the NAB amendment case on October 4 is also important. If the decision would have to be taken on the call of Imran Khan on streets, then everything would go away. People's problems need to be dealt with, not thieves. October is important, important political decisions will be made by November 15.”