Sharif Brother’s Scandals
Nawaz Sharif scandals raised by agencies in Pakistan.
Former DG IB Says N-League against National Interest
He said, ―The political cultu
re (in Pakistan) is infested with the fatal symptoms of self-centralism, greed, lust for power and instinct of circumventing the democratic principlesas well as personality orientation in handling of national issues.
―In this perspective, I had always fou
nd the Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N)psychologically obsessed about the uniform and the service intelligence. After a seriesof around six eyebrow-raising meetings between the two, the political romance of yesterday has suddenly turned into envy, with some ground realities, which are much
different than being expressed or perceived,‖ he maintained.
―However, the PML
-N is one of the national-level political forces and its extensivesudden onslaught is a matter of concern for any Pakistani. Criticism is the democraticright of any political leadership or individual, but the line has to be drawn betweencriticism and hate-speeches, because such a syndrome attitude by a domestic politicalforce provides fertile hunting ground to foreign forces involved in anti-Army and ISI
malicious campaigns. Such a situation is not being taken well by the people at large,‖
the retired brigadier said.
―The grand alliance being talked about in the prevailing scenario is overloaded with
serious challenges, covering a wide range of economic problems, national sovereignty
and people‘s ever
The anti-global Nawaz Sharif
Nawaz Sharif has built his entire career on Islamist populism. In 1990 he ran as thecandidate for prime minister of the Islamic Democratic Alliance, known as IJI because of its Urdu initials. Sharif became Prime Minister for the first time after a nasty anti-Bhuttoand anti-western campaign. Here is what the National Democratic Institute for