PML-N decides to join anti government protest

Musharraf treason case ends tradition of violating Constitution: Ahsan Iqbal

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) has decided to join anti government protest.
PML-N has suggested that time and action plan of the protest campaign must be discussed in All Parties Conference (APC) of opposition parties.
Talking to media, PML-N leader Ahsan Iqbal said we must pave the way for next general elections as they are necessary now to steer the country out of crisis.
He said PML-N would stand shoulder to shoulder in anti government campaign, adding that a committee to discuss protest campaign has been formed.
He said we are of the view that the protest must held after March. He said people are affected by dengue and all projects of PML-N are being rolled back. He said all economic fields are crashed.
Iqbal said the Central Executive Committee of the party discussed political situation in the country. He said the meeting expressed solidarity with Kashmiris, adding that it also analyzed PM Imran Khan’s address at UNGA. He said first 50 days of curfew in Kashmir were wasted and no one including FM visited foreign countries.
He said government was assured support of 58 countries but it could not even grab 16 votes. He said government lacks practical steps rather it uses just tweets.
He said PM had to invite opposition parties in Muzaffarabad rally.


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