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Shehbaz Charged With Treason For Consulting Fugitive Brother On Appointment Of Next Army Chief

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Shehbaz Charged With Treason For Consulting Fugitive Brother On Appointment Of Next Army Chief

Lahore: The assembly of Pakistan’s Punjab province has passed a majority resolution against Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, seeking to be tried on charges of treason for consulting his “fugitive” elder brother Nawaz Sharif in connection with the appointment of a new army chief. Has been. Punjab Parliamentary Affairs Minister Basharat Raja introduced a motion in the House demanding action against Prime Minister Sharif under Article 6 (sedition) of the Constitution. Punjab is ruled by former Prime Minister Imran Khan-led Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party and its ally PMLQ.

The passed resolution said that the prime minister held discussions with a fugitive Nawaz Sharif in London a few days ago regarding the appointment of a new army chief, who has been the prime minister of Pakistan three times. According to the resolution, this consultation is a violation of the Prime Minister’s oath not to share sensitive information with unrelated people, but also an insult to an institution like the army.
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