Leaguers’ unity to disseminate positive message to public
KAMOKE - Pakistan Muslim League Likeminded Chairman Hamid Nasir Chattha has said that his group will join the PML-N movement to oust the PPP government while the PPP was not in a position to destablise the Punjab government.
While talking to this scribe here the other day, he said that today the country was beset with problems on every side and through a conspiracy instability was being created in Balochistan, Sindh, KPK and particularly in Karachi which is the economic hub of the country with an aim to weaken Pakistan. He said that Pakistan was created under the banner of Muslim League and only this party would now save the country. Alluding to the PPP, he said it was confronted with the institutions to land the country into abyss of disappointment. Today, he said, the judiciary was independent, but the federal government was not conceding to its decisions. He said that after the SC decision, the convicted prime minister was holding the office which was lamentable.
On the electoral alliance, Chattha said the Likeminded had always supported the PML-N in the parliament and they would also act jointly outside the parliament for the wellbeing and stability of the country. The unity of the Muslim Leaguers, he said, would also send a positive message to the people. He said that the Likeminded would participate in the PML-N movement against loadshedding and for the respect and dignity of the judiciary.