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Discussion in 'Pakistani Siasat' started by Zarvan, Dec 3, 2017.
Saudi is in no place to judge any pakistani citizen.
Nawaz Shareef is Iqama holder with business investments in Saudi Arabia in fact massive ones in fact all those under investigation are the one who have massive investments in Saudi Arabia
It is, because this swine has eaten from the Saudi plate and then chucked it back in their faces. Then the audacity went back to them about 2-3 moths ago begging forgiveness.
Judgement shall be done in Pakistan for Pakistani citizens. Pakistan is not a vassal state of Saudi Arabia. Pakistani laws shall be applied to Pakistani citizens, not others.
When you have business in other country even if you are not their national they have full right to investigate you when you do fraud and by the way they are investigating his bad practices in Saudi Arabia not what he has done in Pakistan
By the way I am seriously having a feel that Raheel Shareef is behind all this even the recent crack down on members of Royal Family was his idea
Saidia is in no place to judge any Pakistani citizen. It is the duty of Pakistani Authorities. The Money Nawaz took is Pakistani not Saudi, if he took.
of course it's Raheel Shareef. He done it to the swine.
The crown prince is quite close to Raheel Shareef and listens a lot to him and knowing Raheel he won't have stayed in KSA after this massive crackdown until and unless he is the one doing it
What you are saying makes perfect sense. But many members on here, have no idea how shameful these issues are, and how badly they air out their dirty laundry online. Whether people have military affiliation to be ruled by the military or simply hate against these Shariffs, it is hardly a reason to openly make your country look bad.
At the end of the day, these Shariffs aren't individuals, they are / have stayed in the highest power posts in Pakistan. You won't see Indians making any of these silly, emotional comments about their politicians. Because they have a much better understanding of the globe and their national image in front of the global public. In Pakistan, sadly, military lovers on here think that they can run the country when this country has barely made any progress in the past 60 years. Not to mention, there is no example of a country growing without democracy.
I have a friend who is a Doctor from Bangladesh, he openly states that the best thing that happened to them, was the separation from Pakistan! Today, Bangladesh had better and faster growing GDP than Pakistan and a larger economy. They have national team work like the Indians, and regardless of their internal issues, they don't put their country down and make it look bad in-front of the globe, where they expect Saudis and British to do justice for them because their own justice system is either corrupt, or there is lack of evidence. But its very sad to see a talented nation of over 200 million people not given a chance to grow due to power struggle.
Saudi crown prince is after corruption, they have boycotted Qatar for money laundering... they have arrested kids of previous Kinds, Nawaz Sharif stands no chance.
Only heaven for worlds corrupt and terrorist sponsors is Europe.
How can Saudia detain Pakistani money in it's crack down. This is an internal Pakistani matter if they really want to help Pakistan they should pressure the UK Gov to provide records not hostage the money that belongs to Pakistani people.
Hazrat, Raheel Done it to Nawaz, Nawaz and his arrogance during his time when he used to release false news against Raheel Shareef like extension to his service trying to malign his character is all coming back to hit him.
The one people he relied upon the Saudi to keep him afloat is vanishing.
I don't buy this. He is siezing assets of other princes and rich men in Saudi because they didn't want to fund his mega-city project, and now he is using tools in the region to manipulate other nations however he wants.
If someone really dared to go after corruption in Saudi Arabia, there wouldn't left any saudi official in state institutions.