Nawaz, political leaders join heads ahead of 'Azadi' march headache

Political leaders decide no unconstitutional or unlawful action by anyone will be supported

Web Desk August 05, 2014

ISLAMABAD: A meeting of important political leadership with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif agreed that democracy, constitution and parliament must remain supreme.

According to Radio Pakistan, the consensus emerged during a consultative meeting of the prime minister held to discuss the political situation of the country in wake of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s announcement to lead a million-man ‘Azadi’ march to the federal capital on Independence Day.

It was decided that no unconstitutional or unlawful action by anyone will be supported.

The meeting at the PM house in Islamabad included Leader of the Opposition Khursheed Shah, Jamiat Ulema Islam-Fazal leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman, head of Qaumi Watan Party Aftab Ahmad Khan Sherpao and leader of the Pakhtunkhwa Milli Awami Party Mahmood Khan Achakzai. Federal Ministers Ishaq Dar, Information Minister Pervaiz Rashid and Khawaja Saad Rafique also attended the meeting.

Rashid said the meeting decided that the government and the opposition would play their role in strengthening the democratic system. He added that all issues should be resolved through consensus.

Nawaz calls Zardari

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif telephoned PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari late Tuesday evening.

According to Zardari’s spokesperson Senator Farhatullah Babar, the premier called the former president, currently in London, late on Tuesday evening. The two leaders exchanged views on current political situation in the country.


Marium Faisal | 6 years ago | Reply

@Amir Khan:

You forgot to mention this is the same clown who tried to get himself appointed as 'Amir-ul-Momineen'! So not only are the Sharif family corrupt, and cheats, but they also think they are superior to everyone else! Offcourse, when they were in Adiala jail in 1999, and complaining of mosquitos biting them, then the false-bravado came crashing down !

Amir Khan | 6 years ago | Reply

@Muslim Leaguer:

PML-N supporters are only a handful but your memories are as thin as Sharif's hair! Ittefaq foundation scandal, steel mills scandal, looting the zakat fund, motorway scam, writing off all the loans for the Sharif family factories, not to mention the source of funds for the Raiwind palace and the Jeddah estate, AND the million pound apartments in London! The corruption starts and ends with the Sharif family. They have looted from every source in Pakistan including the Zakat fund. When food is served at Raiwind, it is from the money of Pakistanis that they stole and now its time for them to pay the piper. Hisaab time for the Sharif brotharan is here.

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