ISLAMABAD:Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif has said that governments had been toppled in the country on accusations of corruption and being a security risk in the past.
PM Nawaz was chairing the parliamentary meeting of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz here Friday.
During the meeting, the Premier reiterated his decision not to step down from office on the call of opposition, saying that he would continue to fight for the people of Pakistan till the end.
Nawaz Sharif went on to say that he had done nothing wrong and his conscience was clear. Members of the parliamentary party overwhelmingly participated in the meeting, summoned to chalk out strategy in response to the opposition’s calls for the premier’s resignation following the submission of the Panama case Joint Investigation Team (JIT) report in the Supreme Court.
Sources said the members warmly welcomed PM Nawaz by thumping desks on his arrival for the meeting at the PM House.
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