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Imran Khan responsible of ‘high treason’, says Nawaz Sharif 


Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Sunday stated that Prime Minister Imran Khan and all others concerned within the “conspiracy” in opposition to the nation are responsible of excessive treason and needs to be tried for desecrating the Constitution.

The former premier’s remarks got here after President Arif Alvi accredited the recommendation of Prime Minister Imran Khan to dissolve the National Assembly after the embattled premier really helpful the controversial transfer within the wake of a no-trust transfer in opposition to him.

“Today, a man obsessed with power trampled the Constitution,” Mr. Sharif, who’s presently based mostly in London, wrote on his official Twitter deal with.

Mr. Sharif, who can be the supreme chief of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), stated that Mr. Khan and all characters concerned within the “conspiracy” in opposition to the nation are responsible of excessive treason and needs to be tried beneath Article 6 of the Constitution.

The 72-year-old chief warned that anybody concerned in any wrongdoing with the nation and desecration of the Constitution can be taken to activity, The Express Tribune newspaper reported.

Mr. Sharif is in London for medical remedy on expired bail. In 2017, Mr. Sharif was faraway from workplace by the Supreme Court following revelations from the Panama Papers case. In 2018, the Supreme Court disqualified him from holding public workplace for all times, amidst a slew of corruption instances in opposition to him.

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) president and Leader of Opposition within the National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif termed Imran Khan a traitor to the Constitution and democracy.

Mr. Shehbaz, the youthful brother of Nawaz Sharif, stated that Article 6 is now relevant to “Imran Niazi and his followers for openly violating the Constitution”.

Opposition chief and Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari stated the deputy speaker of the National Assembly Qasim Suri dedicated an ‘unconstitutional act’ by dismissing the no-trust movement in opposition to the premier.

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