LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has reiterated their resolve to reinstate the judiciary, annul the 17th Amendment and run the coalition government functioning smoothly. No consideration was given to MQM joining the cabinet as that would prove fateful for the coalition partners. However, Pakistan Peoples Party has inalienable right to enter a coalition with MQM in Sindh. This was stated by Secretary Information PML-N and Federal Education Minister Ahsan Iqbal while briefing the media after party meeting in Raiwind Friday.
The meeting was called to apprise the PML-N ministers and party office bearers of the telephonic conversation between PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif. Denying any rift in the coalition, Ahsan Iqbal said that both the leaders are in close contact and the views of Ahmed Mukhtar were in no case the official position of the government. He reaffirmed that the Murree Accord was intact and there is an increasing enthusiasm in the coalition for the restoration of the judiciary.
He shunned any false impression of any breaking away of any party in the coalition and that every plot against the regime would be squashed. He said that Mian Nawaz Sharif asked the ministers to set glaring examples of good-governance that should serve as milestones for the upcoming generations.-SANA