Nawaz against plans to 'overthrow' current govt

Sharif says he will not become part of any undemocratic force which plans to overthrow the sitting elected government.


Express December 15, 2010

Former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday said that he will not become part of any undemocratic force which plans to overthrow the sitting elected government.

Speaking at a public gathering in Skardu, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief said he believes in fair politics and will never deceive anyone.

However, Sharif criticised the government saying it did not respond positively to his offer of working jointly to help the flood vicitms. Sharif added that his party will rebuild five villages destroyed by the floods in Gilgit-Baltistan.

He also insisted that his party will continue opposing the imposition of the Reform General Sales Tax (RGST).

The PML-N chief recently accepted President Asif Ali Zardari's invitation to attend a dinner for Chinese Prime Minister Wen Jiabao.

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COMMENTS (16)

Syed | 10 years ago | Reply Yesterday The leader of opposition issued statement " We are not the ones supporting the current govt, and we will not give this govt the vote of confidence" and now this ! Whats going on!?!?
Muhammad Taqi | 10 years ago | Reply This so called democracy or democratically elected governement is a 21st century s' gift to us.
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