Tribune Take: PML-N caters to both the opposition & the govt

PML-N is playing both sides of the aisle issuing statements against the government along with back-door negotiations.

Mahawish Rezvi January 26, 2012

In today’s episode of the Tribune Take, we take a look at Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah's statements offering Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz's conditional support for President Asif Ali Zardari.

Hassaan Khan, Sub-editor at The Express Tribune, says the PML-N is playing to both sides of the aisle issuing statements against the government but also having back-door negotiations.

Khan says Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif offer of ‘adequate security’ to Mansoor Ijaz if he comes to Punjab to record his statement in the Memogate scandal demonstrates the PML-N's interest in keeping the memogate scandal relevant.

Read Hassaan Khan’s articles here.

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TB | 9 years ago | Reply

sure..random.....needs more structured.

samar | 9 years ago | Reply

N league is not able to protect our punjab people.Punjab is a police state but there is no law in Order .Mansoor Ijaz should request security Dacots Gangs and Mafia who is real power of Punjab .Plz CHK records of police stations .Crime is increasing day by day.

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