|Chaudary Nisar against zardari 2011|
Addressing a press conference in Islamabad, Chauhdry Nisar said: "The consultation on the appointment of NAB Chief is only possible in the backdrop of Supreme Court's detailed ruling (on the removal of Deedar Hussain Shah)."
He said two days had passed and he was still waiting for the letter from President Asif Zardari to be delivered to him.
"The letter has reached the media, newspapers and everywhere else but not to me," he regretted.
President Asif Zardari had on Friday written letters to the Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani and Opposition Leader in NA Ch Nisar as part of the consultative process for the appointment of the NAB chief.
The letters were written just one day after the SC sent Deedar Hussain Shah packing. He categorically rejected the impression that PML-N opposed appointment of Deedar Shah because he was Sindhi, saying President, Speaker National Assembly and Chairman Senate also belong to same province.
"Why did Zardari leave the Sindhi people alone during the floods and gave priority to his lavish trip to France and Britain", he remarked.
Terming President Asif Ali Zardari as the 'only threat' to the country and democracy, Nisar said all section of the society has sacrificed for the revival of independent judiciary but PPP-led government was crossing all limits of civility and democracy.
"I don't think there is any threat to democracy, but steps being taken by President Zardari for personal gains are leading the system towards disaster", he remarked.
Chaudhry Nisar wondered as to why the Pakistan People's Party-led government was in panic after the Supreme Court ruling on NAB Chief.
"What was the need for the Government to begin, in emergency, the process of consultation for the appointment of NAB Chief before the issuance of a detailed ruling of the SC," he questioned.
The opposition leader was of the view that the government is in critical condition, adding that the future of Pakistan has been made hostage by the president.
"President Zardari should excuse for calling PML-Q as 'Qatal League'." He said the panic of PPP made it evidently clear that the government was taking its last breaths.
He said recent meetings between PPP and PML-Q leadership has resolved the perception that the Q-league was the real opposition in the parliament.