Despite formation of a federal govt, the rift in governing coalition does not bode well for the future. Liaqat Baloch
Says Imran Khan’s rule imposed destruction on the country & nation on every front
LAHORE ( Web News )
Deputy Chief of Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan and former parliamentary leader Liaqat Baloch attended the Iftar dinner hosted by Iranian Ambassador Syed Mohammad Ali Husseini and addressing the public Iftar dinner in Tajpura said that no-confidence motion succeeded, Imran Khan lost confidence in the Center and Punjab. Constitutional, democratic measures are being carried out in order despite all obstacles. Undemocratic, extremist attitudes, emotional and hegemonic rhetoric to win elections are becoming a disease for democracy and parliamentary traditions.
Liaqat Baloch said that despite the formation of a federal government, the rift in the governing coalition does not bode well for the future. The government and the opposition parties must at least reconsider their positions and engage in dialogue; otherwise the clash of politics and the establishment will have the worst consequences.
Liaqat Baloch said that the ongoing political crisis in the country in the global context and the situation in the region is improving and alarming for us. Sri Lanka’s debt burden, insignificant foreign exchange, and persistently rising unbearable inflation, economic bankruptcy is a big lesson and a message of urgency for South Asian countries. Pakistan is also facing a similar situation. Imran Khan’s rule imposed destruction on the country and the nation on every front. The new ruling coalition is made up of different minded parties. Prime Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif’s high-speed solo flight can not make a big difference. The government has a limited term. On the national security, domestic and foreign and economic fronts, serious national consensus-based measures will have to be taken.
Liaqat Baloch said that the dispersed mandate will further disperse the political scenario. The Election Commission of Pakistan should be made independent and sovereign with constitutional and legal protections. Electoral reforms should be agreed upon through national dialogue and not unilaterally. The way to general elections should be paved as soon as possible. The government should conduct a judicial commission to investigate the US intervention letter scandal or else the terrible political turmoil will engulf everyone.