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No talks with Govt without restoration of judiciary: Nawaz

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LAHORE: Pakistan Muslim League N (PML-N) Quaid Mian Nawaz Sharif has said no talks with government before restoration of the deposed judiciary. Nawaz Sharif asked the Prime Minister Gilani to come forward to solve the present crisis. He said that President Zardari had not sent him any offer for dialogue adding that there is no secret meeting of Shahbaz Sharif with PM Gilani.

Talking to the senior journalists at his Raiwand Farm, Nawaz Sharif said that he wanted reconciliation among political parties but for this President Zardari must have to fulfill his promises made with PML-N. He said that he wanted that President Zardari to complete his constitutional term of five years but it could not be possible without fulfilling the promises regarding the restoration of deposed judiciary.

He regretted over the behavior of Governor Punjab Salman Taseer adding that restrictions on media and imposition of section 144 could not stop people’s struggle. Nawaz Sharif reiterated his commitment to make success the lawyers’ long march on all costs. He hailed the role of media during the present political crisis in the county adding that his party wanted reconciliation but it would not conducted on the political grounds.

He asked the government to solve the present crisis before the country lead towards the mid-term elections.
Nawaz Sharif said that Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Kayani is trying to solve the present crisis in the country.-SANA

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2 COMMENTS

  1. this is exactly what the problem is! lack of flexibility.. the last thing Pakistan needs right now is this hardline attitude.. peaceful protests, petitions, parliament acts, compromise.. Sharif doesn’t have intl backing because of his religious tendencies. He knows that and refuses to acknowledge that he cannot handle the War on Terror and the demands of this war.. even as a coalition govt Pakistan has been struggling to win the nation’s support on it.. he think he can handle it alone? he’d realize it if he wasn’t on his ego trip and individualistic, selfish journey to reinstate himself!

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