Govt to bring amendments in judiciary and institutions, says Sheikh Rasheed

ISLAMABAD: Awami Muslim League (AML) chairman Sheik Rasheed Friday said that after the reclamation of the Khatm-I-Naboowat proviso, the supposed ‘excluded government’ wishes to roll out improvements to the legal and offices utilizing the majority it holds in the National Assembly.

Rasheed said this in a video message, naming this to be a foreign agenda. He included that he feels feel sorry for the mental condition of the administration. He also asked the country to stay cautious amid the present month as various political improvements are probably going to happen amid this era. He also asked that the decision government uncover to the general population why they needed to make these alterations.

On Thursday, the NA consistently reestablished the statement identifying with Khatm-e-Nabuwat in nomination papers to its original form.

The AML boss had before challenged the Elections Bill 2017 in the Supreme Court (SC) on grounds that the progressions made to the bill were to oblige a precluded individual. An alteration to the election charge bill had cleared route for expelled chief to end up leader of the decision PML-N.