While speaking at a program on Naya Daur TV, senior analyst Muzamal Suharwardy said that the survey revealed that 30 percent of Pakistanis believe that Nawaz can bring the country out of financial crisis, whereas in the previous survey, 22 percent of Pakistanis were of the view that Imran Khan can resolve the financial crisis of the country.
While quoting the results of the survey, Suharwardy said that 50 percent of Pakistanis have termed Nawaz’s return positive, whereas 14 percent declared it negative.
He further stated that 34 percent of Pakistanis listened to Nawaz’s speech on October 21, whereas 65 percent did not listen to him.
The analyst said that 38 percent of Pakistanis believe that Nawaz returned to his home country after finalizing the deal, whereas 27 percent think he returned without any deal.
Suharwardy stated that, as per the survey, 51 percent of Pakistanis said that the PML-N will win the upcoming elections, and just 12 percent said that the party will not win.
While responding to a question, Suharwardy said that the no objection certificate (NOC) of Bahria Town Karachi has been canceled, and property tycoon Malik Riaz will face more hardships in the coming days. “It seems that Riaz’s business empire will sink,” he predicted.
While talking about the Supreme Court verdict declaring the trial of civilians in military court unconstitutional, he said that decision was not “good.” He said that soon an appeal will be filed against the verdict.
The analyst said that Imran Khan, during his tenure as prime minister, filed a plea seeking trial of civilians in military court, but now that the accused are his party supporters, he is seeking relief.
Suharwardy said that trials of those who attacked military installations should be conducted in military courts.