Islamabad: Awami National Party (ANP) leader Haji Adeel on Wednesday criticized Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Pakistan Army and the judiciary during a ceremony held by Human Rights Commission of Pakistan.
He said criticized the founding father of Pakistan for his decision to topple Sahrad Government and said his it was Jinnah’s wrong decision.
The Senator also lashed out at the Judiciary and the country’s powerful army for what he said partnership between both the institutions and budget allocations for the military.
Haji Adeel said that 90 percent of civil budget was being kept for army pensions. The ANP lawmaker said judiciary was submissive whenever the army took control of the country and became active against democratically elected governments.
It is to mention here that Haji Adeel was speaking at a ceremony held in connection with civil military relations and exploited the occasion to criticize the army but never mentioned the sacrifices rendered by the armed forces during war against militants and extremist who had almost crushed the Awami National Party in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The Senator also passed bigotry comments against Punjab when the KPK was hit by rare spells of loadhsedding. He blamed Punjab for the power outages despite the fact that Punjab already has facing the power crisis and refrained from criticizing the federal government, perhaps, due to ANP’s share in it.
Moreover, the old politician was also condemned by the people of KPK and Punjab when he declared Muhammad bin Qasim, the Muslim conqueror, a looter and Raja Dahir a hero in the past.