Nawaz left for Saudi Arabia in fear of Shehbaz: Aitzaz Ahsan

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The ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif left for the Kingdom on Saturday whereas his brother the Chief Minister of Punjab Shehbaz Sharif had gone there earlier this week.

It is good to know that the elder Sharif is there to meet his Saudi friends and nothing more.

Meanwhile, PML-N sources say that the Sharif brothers are not trying to get any NRO deal and that they are just there in Saudi Arabia to discuss challenges faced by the Muslim work and to perform Umrah.

However, Ahsan, a senior Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) leader, claimed Nawaz had not been called to Saudi Arabia, in fact, he left in panic after his brother Shehbaz's announcements of meeting leaders there.

About PPP future he said he is seeing a bright future for PPP.

Later, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Fawad Chaudhry criticised Shehbaz for flying to Saudi Arabia in an aircraft sent by them, saying a country does not remain sovereign when its rulers take such steps.

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Awami Muslim League president Sheikh Rashid claimed in Rawalpindi that the Sharifs would be offered no NRO "even though it was jointly requested by the whole Middle East".

According to details, the former prime minister is expected to arrive in Pakistan courtesy Saudi Airlines.

PPP co-chairman also talked about former dictator Pervez Musharraf and dared him to return to Pakistan and face the courts in legal cases lodged against him.

He was responding to a question about the retired army general's call for a third political force to beat the "corrupt" PML-N and PPP.

The article quoted sources and claimed that the ex-PM only required permission to leave the country and quit politics in order to survive the corruption references against him in the National Accountability Bureau.

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