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Saudi King Representative meets Nawaz: reminded of agreement

October 19, 2010

LONDON: Representative of Saudi King Abdullah met with PML-N Chief nawaz Sharif in London for three hours in which he once again relate the message to abide by the agreement made during the tenure of former President Pervez Musharraf.

Sources told that three days before a representative of Saudi King Abdullah met with Nawaz Sharif in a luxurious hotel in the UK during which the message of the Saudi King was conveyed by asking Nawaz Sharif to abide by his agreement for not participating in politics till 20th December, 2010 and also not to indulge in any talk against former President Musharraf.

Due to this agreement, Nawaz Sharif has not made any new statement against former president in or outside the country.

PML Sources told that Nawaz Sharif does not want to be in the bad books of Saudi King Abdullah hence want to spend the remaining two months of his agreement peacefully.

Sources say that Nawaz Sharif had expressed his sheer desire to meet Saudi King Abdullah after coming back from London but the latter in a message refused saying that he will call him (Nawaz) when he wants.

It must be worthwhile mentioning that Saudi Arabia is fuming and annoyed with Sharif Brothers over participation of Mian Shahbaz Sharif in elections thus Mian Nawaz refrain from by-elections in view to avoid putting fuel on fire.

On the other hand, when Media Coordinator of the PML-N Asim Khan was contacted he was of a clear-cut stance that he is not aware of the Representative of Saudi King Abdullah meeting with PML-N Chief Mian Nawaz Sharif in London urging Pervez Musharraf is not a big politician thus brushing aside some of the allegations on the twice Prime Minister of Pakistan thick and thin.

Source: Pak Tribune

One comment

  1. Thankyou for update



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