Shahbaz Writes a Letter to the Government for Nawaz

PML-N President, Shahbaz Sharif, on Monday, sent a letter to the Punjab administration requesting for better jail conditions for his elder brother, convicted Nawaz Sharif, in Adiala Jail, Rawalpindi. In a letter to the CM Punjab, Hassan Askari Rizvi, Shahbaz Sharif attracted the attention of concerned officials to the ‘appalling conditions’ under which Nawaz Sharif is “suffering” in Adiala Jail. These are same conditions which he himself ignore and declined to improve for ten years during his tenure as CM.

“Amid my visit and meeting alongside other relatives, I discovered Nawaz Sharif in a regrettable jail condition which is exceedingly unfavourable to his wellbeing and prosperity. He was not, by any means, offered treated as somebody who serves Pakistan three-times as a PM. He is not even given the daily paper to read, his bed was a sleeping pad on the floor and washroom has not been in deplorable conditions. and there was no ventilation system in the room. No specialist was there and the available medical facility was likewise not up to the check.”

He additionally stated: “Nawaz Sharif, a heart and diabetic patient, needs careful medication and successive visits to a specialist. His own specialist who knows his medical condition ought to be permitted to visit him two times per day.”

Shahbaz Sharif lamented that Nawaz Sharif, a three-time PM, was being dealt with in such a “pitiful manner”.”This circumstance is unsuitable given the jail facilities he is qualified for as a previous PM. He should be furnished with the previously mentioned fundamental jail fcaility as soon as possible,” Shahbaz said.

Prior, the Punjab home division had advised “Better Class” classification in Adiala imprison for the previous PM and the retired captain Safdar on their formal solicitations, while Maryam, since she never held any public office, declined to apply for it.

The division had told ‘better class’, by and large, known as B-Class, for the previous chief. The classification involved offices of a sleeping cushion, little table and seat, roof fan, 21-inch TV and a daily paper.

Resigned Capt Safdar who is likewise serving the correctional facility term alongside his significant other and father-in-law in the Avenfield properties case got ‘better class’.

Both Nawaz Sharif and Safdar had connected for the better class. In any case, Maryam Nawaz had declined to apply for it. In her marked letter, she stated: “I was offered to apply for better class offices by the administrator of the correctional facility, according to the guidelines that I denied of my own will. This is absolutely my own particular choice, taken with no weight from anybody.”

In the interim, Shahbaz Sharif has asked the general population to free Nawaz from jail through the power of the vote on July 25.

In gatherings on Ferozepur Road, Yuhanabad, Gajomata and Kahna – the territories of his voting public NA-132 – he said the general population’s court would free Mr Sharif (from imprison) through their vote. He said his senior sibling was not by any means give a bed to rest in the prison. He further said Nawaz had made this nation nuclear power and what treatment he was met with at the end of the day. He said the July 13 rally was memorable and he had seen individuals’ energy, Jiala power, and love for Nawaz.