SUNDAY TIMES ISLAMABAD: There was suspense about Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari that whether they would spend the last days of their lives in jails or in London,” Chaudhry Fawad said in response to a question while talking to media on Sunday.
The people, who remained in power for 30 years, should be ashamed while demanding their medical treatment abroad, he said pointing towards Nawaz’s seeking to go abroad for treatment.
The minister hoped that courts, the National Accountability Bureau and other prosecution institutions would take into account how the rich people were given preferential treatment in jails compared to the poor prisoners.
Zardari has done some things over which no one can help him out,” he said.
To another question, Fawad ruled out any serious differences between the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and the Pakistan Muslim League-Q.
He said the PTI and its allies, including the PML-Q, were different parties and might have some differences, which could be important but not of serious nature.
“They are our partners and we will, Insha Allah, set aside these differences and move forward in the best interest of the country,” he said.