Laying hands on our collars would benefit others, warns Shah

ISLAMABAD: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly (NA) Syed Khursheed Shah on Monday warned that laying hands on each others’ collars would benefit someone else, adding that those leveling allegations have never been to prison themselves, ARY News reported.

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Reacting to Chaudhry Nisar’s statement of making Karachi Operation and Rangers’ role controversial, Shah said, “We do not want to repeat past politics based on leveling allegations against each other”.

He said that the prime minister has experienced captivity and exile, and so he (PM) would not speak against one unit.

“However, the ones leveling allegations have never experienced any such thing,” Shah said, criticizing the interior minister in a veiled manner.

The opposition leader noted that the Sindh government, as per the constitution and law, called in Rangers for maintaining law and order, but said we will not go into details about what the paramilitary force did.

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