Blame game: Dasti ready to ‘offer services as prime minister’

Lashes out against PML-N, PTI, and Hina Rabbani Khar.

Owais Jafri August 12, 2012

MULTAN: Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) MNA Jamshed Dasti offered himself to be the next prime minister on Sunday while censuring the judiciary for ‘unconstitutional’ decisions.

“I am ready to offer my services as the next prime minister if the party leadership proposes, which might happen soon owing to the judiciary’s unconstitutional decisions,” said Dasti while addressing media representatives at the Multan Press Club.

Elaborating on various parties’ orientation, he said that the coming elections will reveal that that Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML- N) and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) are “passengers on the same boat”, adding that the chief justice should stop PML-N from becoming a dictatorial party in Punjab, if he is a part of an unbiased judiciary.

“The hypocrisy of PML-N has become evident when it opposed the creation of a south Punjab province, and is now engineering a delay in selecting commission members for the new province,” adding that 25 days had passed since the commission was constituted, but no names had been given yet.

Dasti said that the coming elections will be completely transparent, and no party will be allowed to become the “Don” of Pakistan.
Talking about where he would contest the upcoming elections, he said that he will contest from the NA-177 against Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar.

“This is not my decision but the voice of the people. Since the last four years, Khar has visited her constituency only four times and people from her constituency approach me for their affairs,” Dasti added.


Umair | 11 years ago | Reply

i like this guy, he recalls me of Hamesh Reshamia :D

Ahmer Ali | 11 years ago | Reply

You are definitely next PM if you also promise Zardari not to write the letter to the Swiss authorities no matter what happens to you......... If a matriculated person can be appointed as the head of the key department of Pakistan by convicted ex-PM Gillani then why can't you become PM by the Zardari's/PPP's and allied political parties' leaders' appointment/will/desire???????

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