Sharif, known for his pro-India views, is perceived by Pakistan's Army as a politician who has challenged their authority. Speaking to Pakistan's Dawn news organisation, Sharif, who is now tangled in legal cases slammed the slow probe and questioned the authorities who allowed the Mumbai attacks to take place from Pakistan soil.
Meanwhile, Pakistan has been in the state of war since from the day of partition. The 20 year old terrorist was decided by the court to be hanged to death.
Mr. Sharif's comments assume significance as Pakistan has been consistently denying India's allegation that state actors in Pakistan were responsible for the Mumbai attacks. But now Nawaz Sharif himself has opened the reality of Pakistan by speaking in this matter. "Why can't we complete the trial?" he said, according to the newspaper. "Shame on you NS shame on you".
The petition was filed by ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Noor Aawan.
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The rogue regime's leader Kim Jong-Un also discussed similar plans with South Korea President Moon Jae-in. The exact date of the closure will depend on weather conditions, the agency said.
Pakistan's economy could have been grown at 7% annually, but it was struggling to get there, Sharif said.
Commenting on his foreign policy vision, Shehbaz said Pakistan believes in policy of peace within and overseas and has always cooperated with the world community in peace efforts.
Mr. Abbasi said the country would not function if the institutions work in this way, he added, pointing out that the National Assembly still has time to amend the NAB laws.
In 2016, the same publication's report 'Act against militants or face worldwide isolation, civilians tell military' had given birth to the Dawn Leaks scandal, a much-hyped controversy that resulted in the resignation of Pervaiz Rashid, then information minister.