Giving NRO to powerful Musharraf’s biggest injustice: PM

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that a country does not become a banana republic due to the non-availability of resources but because of the absence of the rule of law, as the powerful rule there.

He was addressing the ground-breaking ceremony of the District Courts building here on Tuesday. The prime minister explained that it was mentioned in the history on which day the migration happened, when had the Makkah was triumphed and Jang-e-Badr fought, how Arabs prospered so rapidly and led the world, and how two of the four Caliphs appeared before courts for everyone was under the law.

He contended that the sayings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) should be taught in academic institutions that how the nations were destroyed after the laws were different for the powerful and the weak and the Holy Prophet said that even if His daughter would commit a crime, she would also be given punishment.

“Our country’s dilemma has been the same; two Pakistans existed, there was one set of rules for one and another for the second one,” he noted. He recalled having entered politics on seeing Pakistan getting down while other countries of the region, including India and Bangladesh, were moving forward. He added there was a time in the 1960s when Pakistan was a model of development for other countries.

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