PML-N is violating CoD by horse-trading in Punjab: Babar Awan


Babar Awan, Federal Minister for Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs on Monday said that Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz is itself violating Charter of Democracy (CoD) by horse-trading in Punjab.

Addressing a press conference here along with PPP Punjab’s Senior Minister Raja Riaz he reiterated that PPP would continue its reconciliation policy in the province.

However, the minister announced bringing the PPP Parliamentary Party’s 19 points reforms agenda in the Federal Committee which is constituted for the implementation of PMLN’s 10 points agenda.

“A single party cannot decide the entire country’s fate,” urging that all political parties should work together for the betterment of the country.

Commenting on the deadline given by PML-N, Babar claimed that PPP never gave any deadlines nor does it accept any.

The minister stated that there is no deadline in politics and decisions can be taken by consultation but not by dictations.

Babar Awan urged that Chief Minister Punjab should fulfill promises regarding the 19 points reforms agenda of the PPP Punjab Parliamentary Party.

PPP have given two names for the implementation of said agenda which includes Tanveer Ashraf Kaira and Ashraf Sohna, he added.

He said that Shahbaz Sharif’s yesterday’s statement would lead to reservations among the smaller provinces which is not a good sign for the federation.

“We believe in politics of federation, reconciliation and it is basic reason for not leaving the provincial Government,” Babar maintained.

Addressing the press conference, Raja Riaz said chief minister Shahbaz Sharif did not take the issue pointed out by them that is why PPP has decided to present its 19 points agenda in the federal committee which is constituted for the implementation of PML-N’s ten points agenda.

Both the leaders, claimed that Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz is violating the Charter of Democracy (CoD) by horse-trading in Punjab and everyone knows that it is impossible without the use of money. Reuters

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