[post_id] => 118518
    [title] => No point of sit-in as SC hears Panama papers case, says CM Punjab
    [slug] => No-point-of-sit-in-as-SC-hears-Panama-papers-case-says-CM-Punjab
    [excerpt] => Any effort to halt the capital city is meant to stop the progress of the country, says CM Shahbaz
    [description] => 

LAHORE: Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif on Saturday said that, with the Panama case now under the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court, there remains no point of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf's sit-in in Islamabad on November 2.

Speaking at a ceremony of Car Dealers Association here today, the Punjab chief minister said that any effort to halt the capital city is meant to stop the progress of the country. 

Shahbaz said that the PTI Chairman Imran Khan was stubbornly stuck on not backing down from the Islamabad sit-in. He said the PTI had never accepted the final report of any commission as those who pursue politics of agitation do not respect institutions.  

Earlier, while addressing participants at the Karachi Chamber of Commerce, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar called PTI chief 'a frustrated man' and suggested him to stop being 'envious' of the government.

"For the sake of Pakistan, put aside your ambitions to enter the PM House, and consider politics as a duty. You will see the result," Dar had said.

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