Opposition should come forward, support govt to run Parliament: Sarwar

F.P. Report

LAHORE: Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has said that Malaysia has agreed to support Pakistan in FATF because of the successful foreign policy of the government and those who want Pakistan to be blacklisted by FATF will not be succeeded. He said that the attitude of opposition in the Parliament is undemocratic and unacceptable. He urged Opposition to come forward and help government to run the Parliament as it is not the only responsibility of government. It is essential for democracy that all parties should protect and promote the National interest of Pakistan.

Ch. Sarwar said that people are getting their fundamental necessities because of the successful policies of the Government. Personalities from all walks of life and religious backgrounds would have to come forward and play their role in eradicating terrorism and bringing peace to the country. The Governor Punjab was talking to Special Assistant to Prime Minister Naeem Ul Haq, Jafar Ali Meer of Jamia Al Urdatah Lahore, the delegations headed by Nasir Majeed and Muhammad Touqeer Abbas.

During the meeting of Special Assistant to Prime Minister Naeem Ul Haq and Ch. Muhammad Sarwar, they discussed political issues and party affairs in detail. Speaking on the occasion, Governor Punjab said that the rising positive image of Pakistan in the comity of nations has become intolerable for its adversaries who cannot see Pakistan thriving with progress which is why they are conspiring against Pakistan. But under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan has a progressive, all encompassing, inclusive and forward looking foreign policy approach, he added. Ch. Sarwar said that the incumbent government had only one agenda which is the welfare of people and the peace and prosperity of the entire country and InshaAllah PTI will never compromise over its agenda.

Opposition should play their positive role in inculcating democratic attitudes and to promote the strength of Parliament instead of sabotaging its rules of procedures, he urged.