SUKKUR: Opposition leader in National Assembly Syed Khurshid Shah on Saturday termed stubbornness of Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz’s (PML-N) leaders behind their current miseries.
Talking to media persons in Sukkur, Shah emphasized that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) desires continuity of democracy and was against dissolution of assemblies.
He suggested PML-N to save democracy by naming replacement of Nawaz.He said the PPP wanted the PML-N to nominate a new prime minister so that the government completes its five year mandated term.
Shah apprised reporters that unprecedented remarks were given by judges during hearing of Panamagate and said that gone are the days when rulers could attack courts.
While accusing govt of saving Security & Exchange Commission of Pakistan former Chairman Zafar Hijazi, Shah called for comprehensive probe to unearth names on whose directives Hijazi tempered the record.
Shah accused PML-N of defaming state institutions with moves like Dawn leaks.
“We never fought with institutions while rendered unrivalled sacrifices for democracy,” added Shah.