PML N takes important decision over issue of Nawaz Sharif name removal from the ECL: Report
LAHORE – PML N takes important decision over issue of Nawaz Sharif name removal from the ECL, Media Report has revealed.
As the deadlock between the government and the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) persists over conditionalities for the removal of former premier Nawaz Sharif’s name from the Exit Control List (ECL), the PML-N has decided to take the matter to a court, sources familiar with the matter told the media on Thursday.
Moreover, PML-N’s legal team has been preparing an application to file in a court. The party, in its meeting today, will formulate its next course of action on political and legal fronts.
PML-N President and Leader of the Opposition Shehbaz Sharif will convene an important meeting of the senior leadership of the party today (Thursday), and subsequently will address a press conference at 3pm.
Yesterday, the party expressed resentment over the federal cabinet subcommittee’s decision that allowed Sharif to go abroad for four weeks only for his medical treatment by submitting surety bonds to the government.
The party stated that how could someone guarantee that Sharif’s health would recover within four weeks. Terming the subcommittee’s indemnity bond condition as unlawful, the PML-N said that the surety bonds have already been deposited in the courts.
“Decision of the cabinet’s subcommittee is beyond comprehension,” the party said.