Nawaz criticises Zardari's 'undemocratic' speech

PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif said the president has failed to forward any clear agenda in the public's interest.


Express June 22, 2010

Criticising President Zardari's speech in Garhi Khuda Bakhsh, PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif said the president has failed to forward any clear agenda in the public's interest.

Speaking to the media on Tuesday, Sharif termed President Zardari's selection of words as undemocratic and uncalled for. He said disrepect for the law and constitution by the government has brought Pakistan to its current weak state. He said that non-democratic attitudes caused East Pakistan to split away.

Nawaz alleged that current government is using delay tactics on implementing court orders, adding that the current judiciary comprises of sincere and honest judges which has not been the case in the past. He said that only a revolution would solve the current problems plaguing the country. He vowed that his party would end corruption, inflation, unemployment and loadshedding.

COMMENTS (12)

SMJ | 11 years ago | Reply I reckon time is up for this sort of petty politics based on pure rhetoric. The country, if it has to survive, needs a change of leadership and a set of sincere politicians who can fix the years of mismanagement and corruption and set the country on the right footings. I can only think of one party who is not with the status quo and I am going to vote, for the first time in my life, for that party. Everyone should look into the gravity of the situation and act. If we, the educated and isolated, don't act, it will probably be too late to save the whole country from a group of kleptocrats and liars in disguise as politicians and leaders.
Syed Nadir El-Edroos | 11 years ago | Reply He vowed that his party would end corruption, inflation, unemployment and loadshedding. If you have a solution, quit hogging! Tell tell!!
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