Nawaz Sharif said: “Two governments in power in the country”

Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif

Following the alleged news of the kidnapping of Mache Bawal and the Sindh police chief after the arrest of the son-in-law of former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the husband of PML (N) Vice President Maryam Nawaz Sharif. His statement came out.

New Delhi: After the arrest of the son-in-law of former Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and the husband of PML Vice President (N) Maryam Nawaz Sharif, the kidnapping of Bache and Sindh Police Chief Sharif’s statement came after the alleged news. Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said: “I have repeatedly stated that there are two governments in Pakistan. Today this thing has been proven. I don’t say anything without proof. Tell me who raised the IG and who forced the FIR and then made the arrest. ‘

No evidence greater than this

After arresting Sindh police by breaking down the hotel room door, Sharif said: ‘I congratulate the Sindh police for showing courage, they broke into the door and entered the room. He worked the way of the henchmen, which we do not allow. Everyone knows who acted. Sindh police say they were forced into us. Officers are leaving the service today. Nothing can be more proof than this.

When the Sindh police reached the hotel to arrest Safdar, Safdar told the police not to enter the room as his wife was sleeping in the room. However, the police broke down the door to the room and arrested them. Please note that after the Sindh police chief was allegedly kidnapped, Karachi police authorities warned him to go on mass leave.

Read also: PAK: Army kidnapped Sindh police chief, police riots, called ‘Civil War’

On this issue, there is a political stir in Pakistan these days and the army and police have come face to face here. Sources in Islamabad said Pakistan is rapidly moving towards a civil war-like situation with the ongoing conflict between the opposition parties and the military.

Seeing the issue grow, Qamar army chief Javed Bajwa ordered an investigation into allegations of the kidnapping of Pak troops by Sindh police chief Mushtaq Mahar.

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