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    Arabs paid Rs 5 trillion for Nawaz: Hashmi

    By our correspondent

    PESHAWAR: Saudi Arabia and other Islamic countries have paid Rs five trillion to Pakistan for the release of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif, said acting president of the PML Javed Hashmi. He was addressing a press conference here on Monday. "Five trillion rupees have been paid by Saudi Arabia and other Islamic countries as economic assistance to secure release of Nawaz Sharif. This speaks of the fact that Nawaz Sharif is the hero of the Muslim world," Hashmi said.

    Hashmi was flanked by the PML general secretary, Saranjam Khan; provincial president, Pir Sabir Shah and other party office-bearers and members of the suspended assemblies. The removal of the Nawaz government, Hashmi said, was a wrong decision which was neither accepted by the nation nor by the outside world. "The military government was under tremendous pressure from the Muslim states and leaders.

    He said Nawaz Sharif is considered as hero of the Muslim world for making Pakistan a nuclear power. He asked the military government to make public the details of the deal made with Sharifs. "I am not in direct contact with Nawaz Sharif, but some party friends keep on meeting him in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi television is showing Nawaz Sharif's engagements for hours every day," he said.

    When asked wether or not Nawaz Sharif was allowed to make contacts with the party leaders. Javed Hashmi said Nawaz Sharif was still the president of the party and no one could dislodge him from the Pakistani politics. "I will continue to perform my duty as the spokesman of PML-N on the directives of Nawaz Sharif," he said. The PML would struggle for the restoration of democracy as per directives of Nawaz Sharif, who has asked the party workers not to rest until democracy returns to the country.

    Javed Hashmi said it was also on the directives of Nawaz Sharif that the drive to contact party workers was started from Frontier because PML's activists and leaders from this province stood firm by their leaders during the hour of trial. "Nawaz Sharif is out of the jail due to the struggle of the workers of this province," he said and added that there were some differences within the party fold in other provinces but the workers are united in the NWFP.

    About the split in the PML, he said only 8 to 10 PML leaders have expressed differences which is negligible. About the rumours that Illahi Bukhsh Soomro might become the next prime minister, Javed Hashmi said Soomro would act in accordance with the party discipline and Nawaz's instructions. On the return of Nawaz Sharif to the country, he said the decision to this effect would be made by the central committee of the party.


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    #2
    I like politicians, they are so predictable.

    Talk about falling into a trap

    What a figure, Rs 5 Trillion, lets see, if we presume it is at the Inter Government rate of around Rs 87 to a 1.

    That makes it a staggering amount.

    Surely, those who can COUNT are going to laugh


    What next ?



    [This message has been edited by SaeedAfridi (edited December 18, 2000).]

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      #3
      Originally posted by SaeedAfridi:
      I like politicians, they are so predictable.

      Talk about falling into a trap

      What a figure, Rs 5 Trillion, lets see, if we presume it is at the Inter Government rate of around Rs 87 to a 1.

      That makes it a staggering amount.

      Surely, those who can COUNT are going to laugh


      What next ?

      [This message has been edited by SaeedAfridi (edited December 18, 2000).]
      An alive Nawaz is worth much more than dead Bhutto,Zia,Mujibur Rehman Zia of Bangladesh,Liaqat Ali Khan &hordes of Pakistani being killed on streets of Pakistan

      Death is Final,NO RETURN,so why crib about getting some money ,it 'll do you good considering we are begging IMF to loan us on interest which our children will be breaking there back in future to repay!!
      If you put him jail you have to feed him too.What u want to do,run msafir khana feeding ppl.free LOl,HE HE HE HE

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        #4
        if that report is true that is lot of money

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          #5
          maybe we can get something for benazir..

          its almost as if . the CE is pimping the dirty politicans away..

          [This message has been edited by nomaan (edited December 19, 2000).]

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            #6
            Thats around 57.5 Billion.

            Have a little think.

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              #7
              Hahahahaha!!!
              Hilarious rvikz!!!
              Good joke!!

              ------------------
              CROIRE A L'INCROYABLE
              You can't fix stupid. So might as well troll them!

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                #8
                if pakistan have more nawaz like people
                it will be good export commodity that earns
                lot petrodollors

                CM this news belongs to section jokes "R"
                rated. by the way "R" stands for rupees

                [This message has been edited by rvikz (edited December 19, 2000).]

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                  #9
                  Well apparently they got 2 billion dollars in oil which is more believable than the 5 trillion figure.

                  Pakistan Muslim League demands elections


                  Bureau Report

                  ISLAMABAD, Dec 19: The Pakistan Muslim League has rejected the proposal of restoring assemblies in favour of immediate holding of fair, free and impartial elections.

                  An informal meeting of the party's advisory board held here at the residence of Kulsoom Nawaz concluded that only fresh general elections could steer the country out of present political crisis.

                  The meeting, presided over by Raja Zafarul Haq, also endorsed the decision of Nawaz Sharif to leave the country and accept exile.

                  Briefing newsmen after the meeting, Mr Haq said: "We held deliberations for keeping the party united and strive for restoration of democracy and holding of elections."

                  Acting president Javed Hashmi said they reviewed the situation and reposed confidence in the leadership of Nawaz Sharif.

                  Around 40 members who attended the meeting unanimously concluded that the party should continue its association with the Alliance for Restoration of Democracy.

                  Syed Zafar Ali Shah dispelled the impression that Nawaz Sharif had quit the politics by accepting the offer of leaving the country.

                  The country got oil worth $2 billion from Saudi Arabia by the release of Nawaz Sharif, he added.

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