Imran Khan is trying hard to bring back Nawaz Sharif, says Sheikh Rasheed
Minister for Railways Sheikh Rasheed Ahmed on Saturday said that if governments could be overthrown by rallies, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) staged a 126-day-long sit-in. PM Imran is ready for a consultation but will not discuss NRO with the opposition, he added.
Addressing a news conference in Lahore, Sheikh Rasheed said that the Pakistan Army and the government stand on the same page and termed it a success of democracy.
Speaking about Opposition party Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), he said Imran Khan is trying to bring back Nawaz Sharif while cases against ‘my friend’ Shehbaz Sharif are also serious.
The minister also claimed that Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) will refuse to accept decisions of Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) which are against democratic values.
He also added that the Prime Minister is not going anywhere; however Pakistani politics can see some major disturbances.
Rasheed further said 90 percent people of this country salute the services being rendered by the Army on the border and in the country.
“Only 10 percent defeated elements are harping on their selfish agendas,” he added.
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