Government Minister for Railways Sheik Rashid has excused bits of gossip about Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar getting the boot, saying he wasn’t going anyplace.
Tending to a public interview in Lahore, Rashid said Buzdar, who is at the focal point of a tempest after charges surfaced of the Punjab boss clergyman utilizing his impact to grant an alcohol permit to a private inn in Lahore, despite everything has the PM’s help.
“For the time being, subtleties have been called from Usman Buzdar, there is no charge against him,” Rashid said.
Recently Buzdar was called by the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in regards to the issuance of an alcohol permit. The Punjab boss priest has been guided by the Bureau to present his reaction by August 18 for the situation.
‘Fazl after NRO’
Discussing PML-N VP Maryam Nawaz, he said that the “gathering of stone-pelters was called from all over Pakistan”.
While pummeling JUI-F boss Maulana Fazlur Rehman, Rashid said that he was in quest for a NRO.
“The restriction isn’t running any development, in this way Imran Khan will finish his five years,” he said.