MULTAN: Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) leader Javed Hashmi on Monday strongly criticized the government for letting former President Musharraf to leave the country. Addressing a press conference here, he said that he must be prosecuted under clause six of the constitution as he breached the constitution and imposed martial law twice.
He said that despite having respect for PPP his party would not join hands with the government if it kept continue former President Musharraf’s polices. However, he revealed that his party had formed a committee to table the bill for removal of 17th amendment as PML-N decided to move the bill with the consultation of other political parties if the government would not table the bill.
He flayed PPP for making parliament as a dummy institution saying that the government don’t have any strategy to cope with the crisis as it used to take dictation form somewhere else. To a question, he said that his party welcomed disbanding of ISI political wing as it wanted to strength democracy in the country; however, he hoped that martial law would never be imposed.
The government should not go to IMF as its loan is just like to take a cup of poison, he added. When asked, he said that the use of army is not a last option for halting US incursion into Pakistan as the government could get desired results through diplomatic means.-SANA