Reader Comments (6)

  • A-No.1
    Nov 28, 2014 - 4:52PM

    The govt had no other choice.

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  • usman
    Nov 28, 2014 - 4:56PM

    Go Nawaz Go !!

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  • MUNIB
    Nov 28, 2014 - 5:03PM

    Its hoped that PTI will not break its promises this time. Last time they kept making commitments and kept breaking them.

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  • Wali
    Nov 28, 2014 - 6:17PM

    It is farcical when the interior minister of the country has to come and read clauses of a protest agreement in the capita city – however small or large it maybe. At the same time up and down the country polio workers fighting for the future of pakistan and minorities are thrown out to the wolves with the government only able to issue hollow statements to defend and protect. The opposition only interested in maintaining status-quo and the flag bearers of naya pakistan have nothing else but agitation on mind.

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  • String
    Nov 28, 2014 - 6:31PM

    @MUNIB:
    what is difference between dictator those took over Pak and those took over Pak by fake ballot??
    Both did the same crime with same amount of breaking of law. Both should be treated same???

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  • Citizen26
    Nov 28, 2014 - 6:54PM

    @MUNIB: Which promises did PTI and broke them? Lets bring facts onto the table rather than just accusing anyone without any evidences. Government has infact made some promises and then broke them, for e.g. they said they would intiate inquiry in Model Town incident but ignored it for several months and Justice delayed is Justice denied.
    Secondly, Government also promised to reform election systema and bring in initiatives to reform elections, however, over 1.5 years have passed by and goverment hasn’t shown any interest in reforming our election system to be free and fair. You tell me which promise did PTI and then broke it?

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