Govt does not face threat from any long march: PM

Govt does not face threat from any long march: PM

ISLAMABAD, (SANA): Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said that his government does not face threat from any protest or long march, saying that the government is ready for dialogue with the opposition to address their concerns.

In an interview on Sunday, Prime Minister said that he is ready to listen to the opposition and remove its grievances whether they sit with him before or after the long march.

The Prime Minister regretted that certain elements are out to create lawlessness and violence by following the path of agitation. However, he said the people are fully aware of their designs and will not let them succeed.

Nawaz Sharif said that political problems are always resolved through dialogues and understanding and not through protests and marches.

The Prime Minister said that the judiciary and other institutions are working independently to address complaints of the opposition and they must be trusted.

He said that Zarb-e Azb Operation in North Waziristan has reached a decisive stage and while the entire nation is fully backing the operation, the opposition parties must also support the armed forces and the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) of the North Wazirsitan Agency (NWA).

He said that those in the opposition must play a positive and constructive role in the larger interest of the country.

To a question, the Prime Minister said that the government is taking steps to enhance power generation.
He said the government will not sit idle unless it resolves the power crisis.

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May 2021