Ghulam Sarwar Khan, Minister for Aviation, has on Saturday said that the entire nation is standing with the institutions and salutes the security personnel for rendering lives for the protection of the homeland.
Addressing a news conference in Rawalpindi, Ghulam Sarwar said opposition is trying to destabilize the country but it will fail soon.
He said the opposition is working on the agenda of enemies of Pakistan.
He said opposition leaders, addressing the gathering at Gujranwala last night, targeted state institutions leveling baseless allegations.
Conspiracies to destabilize the country will fail soon, Sarwar added.
Earlier in a day, Federal Mister on Information and Broadcasting Shibli Faraz remarked that the opposition had staged a “flop show with empty chairs”.
Shibli Faraz further added that the Opposition’s PDM Jalsa failed to display unity and solidarity.
Meanwhile, Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had already predicted in November 2011, that all accountable parties for corruption in the country will united once an action is taken against them.
“It is quite sad that despite spending millions, the opposition was only able to gather a handful of people at the jalsa yesterday,” he said.
He also taunted former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif by saying “the PML-N supremo is acting like an ‘upset lover’”.
Earlier, Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar had said that the Government has no plan to sell Roosevelt Hotel, a New York City landmark, owned by the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).
Such misleading news was nothing more than political point-scoring, he added.
Named after the American President Theodore Roosevelt, the hotel has featured in several big-ticket Hollywood productions and overtime acquired an iconic status in Manhattan.