PTI to always stand behind state institutions, says CM Buzdar
LAHORE: Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar on Thursday strongly condemned the attacks by the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s senior leadership on the state institutions for vested political interests.
CM Buzdar said the opposition is bent upon casting doubts over the credibility of state institutions.
“All those hurling abuses at institutions are not faithful to the country,” asserted the CM, further adding that “such attempts are, actually, aimed at weakening the country.”
There is no future for all those involved in tendentious politics, the opposition leaders’ assertions are contradictory to the national interest, as well as unjustifiable, depicting an anti-state narrative, he regretted.
CM Buzdar said that there is no room for any anti-state rhetoric in the country and the people have totally rejected the treacherous narrative.
“Every conspiracy against the institutions would be effectively countered and no compromise would be made on the respect of the institutions. The PTI will continue to firmly stand with the institutions,” he added.
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