— PML-N and PPP leaders state incumbent govt putting Pakistan’s survival at threat
LAHORE: The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) and Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) on Monday revealed to hold an ‘All Parties Conference’ (APC) after Eidul Azha in order to discuss techniques to “get rid of this government”.
Resolving a joint interview, PPP’s Qamar Zaman Kaira and PML-N’s Ahsan Iqbal stated that a coordination committee conference will be held today to discuss the APC program.
The presser was held after a conference in between PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari and a three-member PML-N delegation at Bilawal House, Lahore. The PML-N delegation consisted of Iqbal, Khawaja Saad Rafique and Ayaz Sadiq, while PPP’s Kaira, Chaudhry Manzoor and Hasan Murtaza likewise participated in the conference.
Resolving press reporters, Kaira stated that opposition celebrations will “complete our homework” prior to Eidul Azha and discuss techniques to oust the federal government in the APC.
” The opposition feels that Pakistan will deal with a number of external and internal threats [if] this federal government stays in power,” Iqbal stated. “[Considering] what is taking place in our area, we need internal unity however this federal government just has a cruel program with which it is breaking down the nation.
“In this situation, the country’s two biggest opposition parties agree that to get rid of this incompetent government will be representative of this country’s 220 million people.”
Ahsan likewise criticised the federal government for attempting to present a law that is “twice as bad” as the National Responsibility Bureau (NAB) in order to put an end to horror funding and adhere to Financial Action Job Force’s (FATF) standards. The law, he stated, would permit authorities to arrest a suspect for 90 days without getting the detention and a remand can be extended without enabling the suspect to acquire a bail.
” FATF members are not informing Pakistan to turn the nation into a fascist state through legislation [to stop terror financing],” the PML-N MNA stated and added that the relocation was“defaming FATF, the international community and the United Nations” He stated that while the opposition remained in favour of compliance with FATF standards, it would not permit the federal government to curb person rights and flexibility.
He implicated the federal government of making people’s lives hard by pressing them into hardship, throttling the media and separating the nation in the international neighborhood.
In reaction to a concern relating to Maryam Nawaz’s involvement in the upcoming conferences, Iqbal stated that “no one has played as huge a role in public mobilisation than” the former premier’s child. When it came to public mobilisation, he added that she will play her role.
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