Ahsan Iqbal tells Chief Justice of Pakistan ‘enough is enough’

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal on Wednesday said that the regular citizen government holds as much nobility and sense of pride as any judge or armed force official and vented that enough is enough.

While tending to the crowd at a seminar, the interior minister said that there has as of late been an ascent in ‘patriot groups’ in Balochistan and South Punjab. He doubted whether the lawmakers in Pakistan are as worsen as their Indian and Bangladeshi partners. He additionally guaranteed the social event that he is focused on the reason for bringing Pakistan at standard with created countries and highlighted that legislators are meriting a similar measure of regard that the legal and armed force authorities are offered with.

Ahsan proceeded to state that the Cheif Justice of Pakistan (CJP) Justice Nisar Saqib should forsake the act of throwing insults toward each direction and have a major heart as opposed to responding at each trivial incidents. He expressed that since Justice Nisar had blamed him for being engaged with specific appointments, he should also issue a charge sheet against Iqbal.