Pakistan minister vows to quit in fresh blow to PM Sharif

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The meeting of the parliamentary committee was attended by the heavy-weights of the Pakistan Muslim League - Nawaz (PML-N), including Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, Ahsan Iqbal, Ayaz Sadiq, Saad Rafique, Rana Tanveer, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Shahbaz Sharif along with other members of the PML-N's leadership. He conducted various projects for the discovery of fossil fuels in Sindh and elsewhere.

Sharif's PML-N party is due to meet on Saturday and will likely appoint a short-term leader to fill the vacuum until Sharif's younger brother becomes an elected lawmaker, according to the English-language News and Dawn newspapers. Unfortunately it has happened in past and so many commission reports are still pending with the judiciary which I guess will never be disclosed " the Bolan Times quoted Kashmiri, as saying.

Shahbaz Sharif has been in charge of Punjab since 2008, building a reputation as a competent administrator focused on building infrastructure. The Supreme Court enacted the law because Sharif's failed to declare monthly income, equal to $2,722, from a Dubai-based company his son owned in disclosure papers filed for the 2013 elections his party won.

The announcement by one of Sharif's longstanding political allies marks a fresh blow to the premier as he awaits a ruling that could disqualify him from office. He was chairman of Pakistan International Airlines from 1997 to 1999 when General Musharraf overthrew Sharif's government.