People will reject any deal made by Nawaz: PTI leader

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Fawad Chaudhry raised objection over Sharif brothers travelling to Saudi Arabia, saying people will not accept any deal that is made.
While addressing a news conference on Monday, the PTI leader said the Sharifs have a history of striking such deals.
Chaudhry was referring to reports linking the former prime minister and his brother Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s current visit to Saudi Arabia with an attempt to seek a ‘deal’ out of their present legal predicaments
Fawad said a country does not remain sovereign if its leaders travel abroad in foreign aircraft, said Chaudhry while referring to the Saudi aircraft sent for Shehbaz earlier.
He added criticisms were hurled at PTI leader Jahangir Tareen purchasing an aircraft, but no one questioned Shehbaz when he flew to Saudi Arabia in an aircraft sent from the kingdom.
“We did not know that [only] aircraft which are sent from Saudi Arabia are halal.”
Fawad added that Tareen had purchased an aircraft for his party, but Shehbaz has been travelling in ones sent from abroad.
Moreover, the PTI leader also called Nawaz the “chief of corrupt politicians” who looted the country. “Nawaz has plundered the people’s money for five years,” claimed the PTI leader.
Fawad added that, till yet, the details of Capital FZE company have not been revealed. He said the company was registered in Dubai under Nawaz’s name.
“[Now] the 40 thieves have found a new plan to steal the public’s wealth,” Fawad said. “World over the beginning of the new year was celebrated, but in Pakistan, financial adviser Miftah Ismail, dropped the bomb of increased petroleum prices.”
On the last day of 2017, the government revised prices of petroleum products, increasing the price of petrol by Rs4.6 per litre. The newly appointed PM’s adviser on finance announced revised rates of petroleum products. The new rate of petrol would be Rs81.53 per litre.
However, the PTI leader lauded the efforts of the judiciary and investigation agencies, saying they did a remarkable job by starting an operation against the mafias involved in corruption.