PPP challenges Sharif's government to publish Abbottabad report, prosecute Musharraf

Islamabad, June 15 : The Pakistan People Party (PPP) has asked the PM Nawaz Sharif led Pakistan Muslim League- N (PML-N) to fulfill the promises made prior to elections about publishing the Abbottabad Commission report, shooting down drones and also prosecuting former president Musharraf.

According to Daily Times, PPP Secretary General and former Punjab governor Sardar Latif Khosa has asked Nawaz Sharif to publish the Abbottabad report in which US forces intruded the Pakistan airspace in a hunt to shoot down al-Qaeda chief Osama Bin Laden.

Khosa also demanded answers to why Sharif was not taking actions against the intruding drones now when he has become the prime minister.

According to the report, Khosa said that the time has come for Sharif to fulfil his promises and prosecute Musharraf for treason charges.

Khosa criticized the government of presenting 'anti-people' and 'unjust' budget and in turn has 'slaughtered the masses'.

He further said that the imposition of increased GST before the passage of the budget, which is an unconstitutional and illegal step, breaches the privilege of parliament, the report added.

--ANI (Posted on 15-06-2013)

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