Mutiny cases against PML-N leaders has nothing to do with PTI government says governor Punjab

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Lahore: Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has said that the case of mutiny against PML-N leaders has nothing to do with the PTI government, including me. It is necessary to investigate why and who registered the case. I think this case should not have been registered. Prime Minister Imran Khan has also expressed his displeasure over this case. There are pictures of Badr Rashid with the PML-N and other people because he keeps on changing parties. He was addressing a seminar on “National Message of Pakistan” in Lahore on Tuesday and was addressing the media. International Islamic University Director General Prof Dr Mohammad Zia-ul-Haq, SSDO Executive Director Syed Kausar Abbas, Member Punjab Assembly Saeed Sohail and others were also present.

Talking to the media, Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that it was unfortunate that he was alleged to have involvement in a case of mutiny against PML-N leaders. Political members and other people come to meet me in the Governor’s House. If a person files a lawsuit against someone, it does not mean that I am behind it. Replying to a question, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said, “I have never called anyone a traitor in my life and I do not believe in filing cases against political opponents. I want to make it clear that we have nothing to do with this case. I challenge the accusers to prove that the case was filed by the PTI government. The fact is that the PTI government has nothing to do with the case against the PML-N leaders.

Addressing the event, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that extremism and sectarianism have created an environment due to which mutual tolerance is declining. It is a challenge for our universities that we do not have the ambience of tolerance for difference of opinion. He said that neither new avenues of research could emerge in the universities nor the solution could be found to the challenges without inculcating tolerance among the students. He said that the Members of Parliament have a key role to play in achieving success in this regard.

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