Islamabad: Chairman Senate Standing Committee on Interior Senator A. Rehman Malik has asked will PM Imran Khan make the list of NRO seekers public in the Parliament as he has been referring to it time and again. He said that PPP had never signed any NRO adding it is merely an anti-propaganda to defame our leadership. He said that political victimisation in the name of accountability must stop as there is a thin line between accountability and victimisation
In a series of tweets, the former Interior Minister said that the confusing nation wants the PM to make the names of those who are begging for NRO with evidence. He stated that there is neither any provision of NRO in the Constitution of Pakistan nor the Prime Minister has the authority to order NAB to close cases. He said that opposition leaders are playing their games for personal benefits and PM is unaware of this developing volcano which may burst soon. He said that both the opposition and government will continue to fight on a slippery mat of democracy that will slip away from their feet.
Senator Rehman Malik has questioned that why was PM asserting “he will prefer to leave the government” while taking the refuge of the so-called imaginary narrative of NRO adding that he believes PM is pointing out some hidden serious pressure on his Government. He stressed that said that has our mighty democracy failed to protect Prime Minister Imran Khan and is our “present democracy“ a “real democracy“ and where are parliamentarians representing the middle class.
Senator A. Rehman Malik while expressing his deepest concerns over the news that seven coronavirus patients passed away at the Peshawar’s Khyber Teaching Hospital on Saturday as oxygen cylinders from Rawalpindi failed to arrive on time, He urged the government to provide oxygen cylinders and ventilators in enough quantities as in upcoming days expectedly Coronavirus positive cases will be increased. He said that it shows government negligence that seven people died because of the lack of oxygen cylinders.
Senator Rehman Malik has started a three-liner post titled “Pakistan Calling” on Twitter in which he gives his expert opinion on the country current affairs.