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Differences between Nawaz Nisar reach at pinnacle.

Islamabad -- Differences between former Prime Minister (PM) and PML-N president Mian Nawaz Sharif and his trusted aide Chaudhry Nisar have reached point of no return.

This time Nawaz Sharif is not ready to be pacified and he has sent message to Chaudhry Nisar through his brother Shahbaz Sharif that he should decide about his political future on his own. On the other hand Shahbaz Sharif is striving to bring the two to reconciliation.

Sources said that weather of divergences has once again struck PML-N and party is heading towards splits, splinters and dissention. This time Nawaz Sharif has become estranged with Chaudhry Nisar. His associates had asked him to initiate disciplinary action against Chaudhry Nisar. But Nawaz Sharif wants Nisar should decide about his future on his own.

Sources said differences persist between Nawaz and Nisar on the issue of Tehreek- Adal and Nisar has opposed this movement and given statement for stopping the workers from participating in this movement. He has also refused to become part of this campaign .

Nawaz Sharif has rejected the opposition of Tehreek-e-Adal by Nisar. This has triggered cold war of words among the two leaders.

Sources said Nawaz Sharif taunted Nisar of infidelity and Chaudhry Nisar said who has not contested the election of councillor is working out policies of PML-N.

Nawaz for the first time during his long companionship with Nisar put up his matter of estrangement with the latter before his close leaders of PML-N and expressed his sorrow. Two ministers also complained of statements given against the government.

Sources said both foreign minister and interior minster expressed their resentment over statements of Chaudhry Nisar saying he issues statements in media against government ;policies despite being part of ruling party. They also demanded disciplinary action against Nisar. But Nawaz Sharif is not in favour of launching any disciplinary action against Nisar.

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Publication:The Messenger (Karachi, Pakistan)
Date:Dec 28, 2017
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