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    In continuation of crisis in Pakistan.

     
    Nawaz Sharif like his Saudi masters lacks wisdom yet by tons of his money makes his mare go. He is ruthless and snobbish like his masters and knows very well how to stoop low when he cannot resist pressure by forces that matter as Saudis behave visavi there masters in US.
    It is reported that he along with his family will fly to Saudi Arabia to observe Eitikaf and celebrate Eid. Is this the service he is making to IDPs. He was expected to be in Banu in the coming days and leave alone even Islamabad the seat of his authority and luxury. He is worse than Nero because Nero was still in Rome when it was burning. But at all critical junctures he creates his alibi to be elsewhere than the scene of the tragedy like a well experienced criminal. His departure to Saudi Arabia will not be winning pleasure of Allah almighty because he would shirk his responsibility to be with the people who are in misery and whose fate is in his hands.
    The Khwajas who advice Imran Khan not to be in London must better advice there lord to be in Pakistan in those days when the IDPs about 1 million in number will be celebrating Eid as people abandoned by there custodian.

    These Mal-performances of Nawaz Sharif aggravate crisis in Pakistan.

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