PML-N faces accountability in respect of institutions: Maiza
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Maiza Hameed on Thursday said that no allegation proved against former prime minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, but he had always showed respect for the institutions and presented himself for accountability.
Talking to a private news channel, Maiza Hameed said, PML-N never wanted confrontation with institutions as they are struggling to make strong democratic system in the country.
She further said that during the four years of PML-N tenure, the institutions had been strengthened due to its prudent policies.
"We are continuously facing victimization in the name of accountability, but we only accepted it so that no one says we ran away from accountability process", she highlighted.
Maiza said that nation knows ruling party was faultless and not involved in any wrong doing as PML-N leaders respect judiciary and never deface any state institution for getting any political point scoring.
She urged the opposition to avoid political point scoring on national issues and respond positively to the government's efforts toward country's development.
To a question she said Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and his family is not afraid of consequences and they will face the revenge on the name of accountability.
She said that public would continue raising questions and institutions have to answer when a case over Panama papers were ended on "iqama", she added.
"We are proud that we have made achievements in the last four years," she said adding that the roots of democracy are strong in Pakistan today", she said.