Qureshi says the PML-N has ‘ruined’ the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav

Qureshi says the PML-N has ‘ruined’ the case of Kulbhushan Jadhav

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi talking to media in Multan on June 13, 2021. – PID

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that it was the PML-N that “ruined” the case of Indian spy Kulbhushan Jadhav, while the ruling government ignored the recommendations of the International Court of Justice (ICJ). Steps have been taken accordingly.

Addressing a press conference after laying the foundation stone of Al-Barar Park in Shah Rakn Alam Colony in Multan on Sunday, the Foreign Minister was referring to the International Court of Justice (Review and Reconsideration) Bill 2020 which was recently passed by Parliament. With 20 other bills in the meeting. The law will provide for new consular access to magic under the ICJ ruling.

Qureshi said India did not want Jadoo to have consular access, under the guise of which he wanted to drag Pakistan back to the international court.

The foreigner said the government’s aim was only to implement the ICJ’s recommendations and “hopefully members of the opposition will understand India’s moves and act sensibly”.

Responding to a question, the Foreign Minister said that Pakistan has no intention of providing space for military bases to the United States and nothing is hidden about the recent visit of the Chief of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). ۔ A routine visit to discuss counter-terrorism measures.

“We want transparent accountability, we don’t want revenge,” he added.

Qureshi said that everyone’s honor is so precious and everyone has the right to a fair trial. However, the government will not allow anyone to stand in the way of accountability and there will be no NRO for looters who plunder the country’s wealth.

Referring to the budget, he said that Finance Minister Shaukat Tareen had made it clear that there was no intention of a mini-budget.

Ahsan Iqbal neither read the budget document nor listened to and delivered the budget speech [uninformed] Statement, “he said.


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