The reference against Ahsan Iqbal was transferred to another judge

The reference against Ahsan Iqbal was transferred to another judge

A new judge has been transferred to Narowal Sports City Reference Islamabad Accountability Court No. 3 filed against PML-N Secretary General Ahsan Iqbal, 24 News HD TV channel reported on Thursday.

Judge Muhammad Bashir in-charge of Accountability Court No. 1, after filing the reference yesterday, also changed this responsibility along with all the relevant records.

Therefore, it is Asghar Ali of Accountability Court No. 3 who will now hear the case. He has already summoned all the accused on November 30.

Ahsan, meanwhile, told the media in the federal capital that those in power, despite being in power for 100 years, would not be able to provide anything and that the next government would need 10 years to bring the country back to normal. Will

He said that the accountability based on abuse was clear to the entire nation. He remarked that both the government and the NAB had finally filed the reference after two and a half years.

“The government thinks that targeting the opposition will divert people’s attention from it,” he said.

He explained that there were no allegations of corruption against him and that he had been charged with abuse of power. Pakistan needs more projects like Sports City Complex, the PML-N leader stressed.

He remarked that it would be a joke to file a lawsuit to launch the first project of its kind and added that the government of Pakistan has the power to spend money in any part of the country.

Billions of rupees have been lost due to halting and destroying projects, Ahsan said. He wondered who would answer for those who destroyed the project.

He said that with the arrival of NAB, every office was disabled. Ahsan said government employees were being threatened to put pressure on the opposition, and the bureaucracy was reluctant to approve any new plans.

The PML-N leader said that the country was facing the worst possible administrative crisis due to NAB.


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