ISLAMABAD: Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said he believes in rule of law and does not support any confrontation among institutions.
He was talking to members of the business community hailing from twin cities in Islamabad on Sunday.
Speaking to representatives of traders, the ex-PM said that he is being subjected to ‘oppression in the name of accountability’, and vowed not to ‘bow down’.
Nawaz Sharif pledged that he would unveil ‘conspiracies’ against him.
“Why those dictators who have violated the Constitution are not being punished? Why those who looted billions from this country are still free?” he questioned, claimed that the masses have not accepted Supreme Court’s verdict against him.
“Why did the Panama case only focused on Sharif family?” he asked.
Meanwhile, PML-N leader Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan also called on Nawaz Sharif and discussed with him prevailing political situation in the country.