Gilani:Army Won’t Impose Martial Law
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Tuesday maintained that he would not dissolve the National Assembly nor the military would impose martial law in the country.
Addressing the NA, Gilani said those who want suspension of those people who are seeking dissolution of the National Assembly are not sincere with the nation.
Gilani also lashed out at PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif for floating the idea of Charter of Pakistan.
He said the mid-term elections have no place in the Constitution; the opponents should inform the government about the mechanism of these polls. He emphatically said the military is sincere with the nation and backs democracy and it would never impose martial law in the country.
Naseem hails PM’s remarks
Senior analyst Naseem Zehra, while talking to Dunya News, hailed the PM’s address to the NA. She said that the PM’s remarks made it clear that Nawaz’s 25-year plan was vague for he did not join the PML merger and as such he did not has any other party’s support.