In response to the allegations put forward by Opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif, Federal Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Monday appealed to the chief justice of Pakistan to let the media carry out live broadcasts of high-profile cases.

Fawad, in a press conference alongside Energy Minister Hammad Azhar and Advisor to the Prime Minister on Accountability Shahzad Akbar, slammed the Opposition, while specifically calling out PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif.

The minister said that Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, seeing PTI’s victory, fled halfway during the Azad Jammu and Kashmir elections. He added that PML-N has already started rigging allegations in relation to the July 25 polls.

“Election campaign is underway in Kashmir and PTI is in a stable position. No other political party was able to field candidates for all the seats,” said Fawad.

“PML-N has already started the rigging allegations. Maryam Nawaz has shown no policy in her election campaign, and very soon, she will also flee from the AJK campaign,” said the information minister.

Fawad went on to say that the government expected Shahbaz Sharif to speak about the FIA summoning case, adding that whenever the opposition leader was asked about the money found in his account, he would say that he built metros.

“One thing that is common among PPP and PML-N is that the money they were given was found in London, Dubai and France,” said Fawad. He added that the opposition leader should give a response to allegations put against him in the media and the FIA.

On the other hand, Energy Minister Hammad Azhar slammed the PML-N leader for his comments on the power crisis.

Azhar explained that the load shedding in the country was taking place not due to a lack of power generation but because of weakness in the transmission system. He also claimed that in the last few days the country successfully generated 24,000 megawatts of electricity.

“If you made cheap agreements then why did the circular debt increase to Rs1.2 trillion,” asked Azhar. He also shared that he had spoken with the National Transmission & Dispatch Company (NTDC) representative, saying that he had informed him that no unannounced load-shedding was happening anywhere in the country.

Source: Geo News

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