We have the blood on the face of the establishment that they have to make political decisions: Fawad Chaudhry

We have the blood on the face of the establishment that they have to make political decisions: Fawad Chaudhry

Former Pakistan Information and Broadcasting Minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Fawad Chaudhry has criticized the Supreme Court’s detailed decision on the rolling of Deputy Speaker Qasim Suri.

During the press conference, Fawad Chaudhry also criticized the judges and generals. “We have the blood on the face of the establishment that they have to make political decisions,” he said. This is unfortunately the history of Pakistan which will change, the people of Pakistan have to be given the right to make decisions. ‘Fawad Chaudhry added that’ it is not possible for some of our generals and judges to sit in closed rooms and make decisions Let it be our policy from today and the next day we will change. Let’s decide that we have to fight in Afghanistan for eight years, we have martyred thousands of people there, the next day we will change or not The policy was wrong. From today we have gone to the other side. Let us kill thousands of our slaves again. The way policies are being formulated in Pakistan is a joke. He said that political decisions of Pakistan should be taken in the political arena. Judges and generals have chosen a career and decisions should be made according to its dignity. It cannot be that we are judges, we have taken commission in the army but we have done politics. Reacting to the remarks, he said, “Attorney General Khalid Javed, then Ali Zafar and then Imtiaz Siddiqui were repeatedly urging the cipher, but the judges said no to the cipher in detail. Don’t talk. ‘On the one hand, you are not ready to investigate, and on the other hand, you are saying that no investigation has taken place and no talk has taken place. A lot of people know why you don’t want to investigate the cipher. “He added:” John Bolton admitted yesterday that the United States has been involved in world power changes, but our Supreme Court is saying. No, no, don’t go into it. ‘

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