PPP not to indulge in politics of confrontation: Kaira

Central Information Secretary Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Qamar Zaman Kaira on Sunday said PPP would not indulge in politics of confrontation and leg-pulling.

Talking to a news channel, he said Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) had promoted politics of ‘Lotaism’ (turncoats) by seeking the support of Unification Bloc in the Punjab which is against the democratic values and norms.

To a question he said, the country was being pushed towards the politics of 90s but PPP would utilize its all energies to avoid such tendencies. PPP does not want to be involved in politics of allegations and counter-allegations, he added.

Regretting the situation, he said, after great efforts the politics of ‘lotacracy’ was eliminated from the country but, Mian Shahbaz Sharif has once again started politics of ‘lotaism’.

Kaira said it is the time for national unity and solidarity to meet the challenges being faced by the country on different fronts.

To a question he said, politics of confrontation was done away with by PPP and a new political culture was introduced in the country by promoting reconciliation policy.

He said that the government was committed to serving the masses despite all odds. The elements engaged in conspiracies would not succeed in their nefarious designs, he added.

He said, concerted efforts were needed to be taken by all political forces to further strengthen the democratic system of country.