Friday, April 20, 2012
PM Must Not Degrade Himself From The Status Of A Head Of "Democratic" Government
It is no where done that prime minister warns a government official of the consequences. ANF chief is discharging his duties, let the court decide the fate of the case. PM on other side says that he respected the courts so he must wait for the court to hear and decide the case.
Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Thursday warned the Anti Narcotics Force (ANF) chief, Brig Fahim Ahmad Khan, against crossing his limits in the drug quota scandal case, Geo News reported.
Prime Minister sounded off that Brig Fahim should not forget that he was working under the civilian government, thus it was imperative for him to abide by the “civilian laws”.
He also termed him a “borrowed officer”.
“ANF chief should also remember that civilian government “borrowed” him from the armed services”, said the prime minister.