ISLAMABAD, May 26 (NNI): Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly (NA) Khurshid Shah on Thursday mocked the Prime Minister Thursday saying that it is saddening to see no good hospitals built during PML-N tenure as Nawaz Sharif has to go abroad for treatment.

Talking to media in the Parliament House, Shah said that politicians should not ‘shut doors on one and another’, adding that the premier would have met former president Asif Ali Zardari in London by now if opposition was ‘friendly’.

Zardari’s meeting with the premier in the current political developments in context of Panama leaks would have sparked speculations, he said. Shah said that Pakistan People’s Party’s (PPP) chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari had cleared that there could be no meeting.

He also said that it was in Nawaz Sharif’s favour for now to not convene a meeting with PPP leadership.

Taunting the development claims of the ruling party, Leader of the Opposition said it was a pity that hospitals could not be built in Pakistan and influential persons were to go abroad for treatment.

Shah’s criticism came in after Nawaz Sharif went to London twice in less than two months for medical treatment.

Both the visits raised many eyebrows in difference sections as they incidentally were paid after Panama Papers published Mossack Fonseca’s leaked documents which were analyzed by International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).

Nawaz Sharif’s family among 140 leaders of the world was revealed to be owning offshore companies.

The leaks gave rise to the suspicion across the board that tax evasion was the purpose behind.