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A Few conspired to oust democratic govt in Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif

13 August 2017

As at previous stops along the route, Sharif railed against the Supreme Court's decision last month to disqualify him from office over corruption charges, insisting his conscience was "clean".

It is worth-mentioning here that the seat of NA-120 fell vacant after the disqualification of Nawaz Sharif as Prime Minister by the apex court on July 28, 2017 in panama papers case.

Sharif also demanded accountability from military dictators and judges who he said have been sending prime ministers packing home in the last 70 years.

The polling for the election will be held on September 17.

Concluding his four-day journey, which began in Islamabad and culminated in a rally in Lahore, the capital of Punjab province, Sharif was clearly delighted to address the tens of thousands who gathered near the famous shrine of Data Darbar. Although Chaudhry and Aziz were very visible during the Panamagate proceedings in the Supreme Court, it is PML-N stalwarts such as Shehbaz Sharif, Khawaja Asif and Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan who were conspicuous by their absence.

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Sources in Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) said that Sharif was unhappy with the turnout and asked party leaders to make more targeted efforts to bring out the supporters.

Ousted Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said the "conspiracies" to remove him from the prime ministerial post began over three years ago. Similarly, PML-N leader Musaddiq Malik expressed sorrow over the child's death and sent his condolences to the family.

Rashid further said that the PML-N was being "forced" to contest the by-election due to Nawaz's ouster, adding that they should do so on a level playing field without using government machinery. "I need your support to ensure respect of the people's vote and civilian supremacy", he said. Did I commit any kind of corruption? "Wait for my call to join me in the struggle against such elements as have disgraced the democratic right of the people", he said.

Sharif said in his Gujrat speech he would personally visit the boy's home "and try to help his family for life". "Promise me that you would do what I tell you", he said. "The only people's court is a general election".

He was greeted by supporters lining up on the both sides of road as he came out of the Punjab House in Islamabad on Wednesday, making it impossible for his motorcade to move.

A Few conspired to oust democratic govt in Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif