While enjoying his trip to London, the nation reels under rumors and judicial activism, Mian Nawaz Sharif has again done what he is best at doing: accuse President Zardari for all the ills in the country.
He said that Zardari should seek an apology from the nation and respect institutions in the future.
We wish he thinks harder!!! He wants a Meesaq e Pakistan
Talking to the media and party workers in London, the PML-N chief said corruption cases against Zardari will haunt him forever. He said the president should not damage the country for his own benefits and blamed both the former and current president for the state Pakistan is in today.
Nawaz appealed to the masses not to take the failure of this government as a failure of democracy. The PML-N chief lamented the clash between institutions and said the solution to the country’s problems lies only in accountability. He also criticised the government for not using its own resources for generating income and begging for international aid. (Source: Express Tribune)
He has also said something which was startling:
He said he accepted the mandate of the PPP as the winner of the largest number of seats in the February 2008 elections despite the fact the polls had been massively rigged to the disadvantage of the PML-N.
As reported by Geo, Nawaz Sharif has demanded a new social contract for Pakistan to be called “Meesaq-e-Pakistan”. Sounds very nice Mian Sahab, but the last time someone agreed to follow your suggestion and draw up a Charter of Democracy also called “Meesaq-e-Jamhooriat”, what did you do? Nowadays, you and your party are playing to all those people who look to derail democracy all the time with the usual mantra of saving Pakistan! Mian Sahab, grow up and more importantly grow wiser! They say wisdom begins to come at 40. You are already 60!