I would resign if role in ‘Raymond Davis release’ proven: Shahbaz Sharif




Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that if his role in Raymond Davis release is proven then he would resign from the post of Chief Minister.

Addressing to press conference here on Monday, Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif said that the government of Punjab could not be involved in Diyat issue (blood money). He further said that he has to tolerate threats and pressure in Raymond David case while the government of Punjab has no concern with blood money (Diyat).

He said that if the role of government of Punjab was weak in Raymond David case then he would have been released within one week. He further said that PML-N had written six letters to the federal government regarding Ibad Urrehman case.

He said that PML-N was the first to raise voice to take action against Raymond Davis and lodged FIR.

He said that he has rejected the idea to declare Governor House or any other place, jail. He said that some elements linked his visit to London with Raymond Davis case and played politic game.

He said that Pervez Musharraf preferred personal interest over national interest but the nation did not yet forgot Lal mosque incident.

He said that the nation has to stand on it’s own feet to avoid incident like Raymond David case, in future.

He further told that Nawaz Sharif is recovering but he has to be in hospital for more one week. He said that Nawaz Sharif said to thank the nation for offering prayers for his health.

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