A senior leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Khawaja Asif said his party supremo Nawaz Sharif was not interested in becoming the prime minister, again and again, Express News reported.
Speaking on the floor of the National Assembly, Asif criticised the government and said, “Nawaz Sharif’s narrative is being popular with the passage of time. His slogan is to give respect to vote and that the Constitution is supreme. Let the people of Pakistan decide whether the PML-N should be in power or not.”
Asif said people who changed their loyalties were to be blamed for the government-opposition rift.
“There are some people who are getting spoiled after changing their political parties. They have a hand in the current political unrest in the country.”
“All the people who are sitting in the first row of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government are passengers. The 10-year investigation commission should deal with them,” said the PML-N leader.
Asif continued that none of the previous governments in Pakistan lost their credibility at the early stage of their regime as the PTI-led government did.
“PTI government must be given more time so that they cannot complain they were not given enough time to prove themselves. Let them reveal themselves completely so that they do not jump on the containers again.”
According to the Nawaz league leader, “If someone goes abroad for medical treatment, the government condemns them. But to fix the economy of the country, they have brought a doctor from abroad. Someone must ask the finance minister, where he spent his time after getting free from power?”
“Rented people cannot complete Imran Khan’s agenda. He must bring workers in the front,” stressed Asif.