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Panama case: Grand alliance of MWM, Muslim League Q, Sunni Ittehad Council, and Pakistan Awami Tehreek formed, made demand of resignation of Prime-minister.

24 April 2017

Wahdat News (Lahore) A session of Grand alliance of Muslim League Q, Majlis Wahdat Muslimeen, Sunni Ittehad Council, and Pakistan Awami Tehreek was held under the chair of former Prime-minister Chaudhary Shujaat Hussain. A joint declaration was issued after the session that report of JIT formed by Supreme court should be made public after 15 days. Approval of the formation of grand alliance on the Panama issue has been given. It is said in the declaration that Prime-minister has been accused according to the spirit of Panama verdict. Prime-minister should be resigned to fulfill the demands of justice. A committee for the formation of Grand alliance has been formed. On this occasion, Central Deputy Secretary General Syed Nasir Abbas Shirazi and Central Secretary Political Affairs Syed Asad Abbas Shah were also present.

They said that we will not sit with comfort unless the accountability of the corrupt rulers. Prime-minister has lost the moral right to rule. MWM will be the vanguard of opposition parties against the corruption. Chaudhary Shujaat Hussain has predicted about the resignation of Nawzaz Sharif before the Panama verdict. On this occasion Chaurhdar Pervaiz Illahi said that there should be an alliance against government and corruption. Government has distributed sweets without reading the verdict.

Meanwhile Ameer e Jamat e Islami Senetor Siraj ul Haq also met with the leadership of Muslim League A. On this occasion, Senator Siraj ul Haq sqid that Supreme court has declared the Prime-minister an accused. Nawaz Sharif should not stay in power with this stigma.

Note that, to finalize the matters of the grand alliance, leadership of four party alliance will go to Mansoora on Monday.

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