PML-N leader lashes out at op­po­si­tion

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL -

HY­DER­ABAD—Se­nior Vice Pres­i­dent Pak­istan Mus­lim League (N) Sindh Chap­ter, Syed Shah Muham­mad Shah, re­it­er­at­ing Pak­istan’s com­mit­ment for elim­i­na­tion of ter­ror­ism from the coun­try has said that Pak­istan’s po­lit­i­cal and mil­i­tary lead­er­ship were on same page against the men­ace of ter­ror­ism and Op­er­a­tion Zarb-e-Azb was un­am­bigu­ous man­i­fes­ta­tion of their com­mit­ment.

Pak­istan wanted sus­tain­able peace in the en­tire south Asia for devel­op­ment and pros­per­ity of the re­gion and it wanted peace­ful re­la­tions with all its neigh­bors on ba­sis of peace­ful co-ex­is­tence and dig­nity he said adding that po­lit­i­cal and mil­i­tary lead­er­ship wisely tack­led the Afghan is­sue and their stance was re­cently en­dorsed by US lead­er­ship.

Ad­dress­ing a press con­fer­ence here at Press Club he said the demo­crat­i­cally elected gov­ern­ment un­der the saga­cious lead­er­ship of Prime Min­is­ter Muham­mad Nawaz Sharif pur­su­ing the agenda of peace, pros­per­ity and progress of the coun­try and ef­fi­ciently work­ing to deal with mul­ti­ple is­sues be­ing faced by the na­tion like ter­ror­ism, en­ergy cri­sis, law­less­ness and corruption.

He said law and or­der sit­u­a­tion of the coun­try has re­mark­ably im­proved as Pak­istan Army frus­trated the evil de­signs of en­e­mies of the na­tion, ter­ror­ists had re­treated and be­ing fol­lowed by our valiant sol­diers. He said that a pro­vin­cial ad­viser of CM Sindh was say­ing that Prime Min­is­ter, Muhammed Nawaz Sharif was out of coun­try but he did not tell that when his leader Asif Zar­dari would come back to the coun­try?

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