HYDERABAD: Opposition Leader in the National Assembly Syed Khursheed Shah on Thursday said he never did any point-scoring but he said only what was right, Aaj News reported.
“It appears as if the government is extending the war on terror and I just want to bring it to the right track,” he said while reacting to the press conference of Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar.
He said it had become habit of the government to level baseless allegations against others.
Without naming Chaudhry Nisar, he said if he proved the benefit he had derived from point-scoring, he would leave politics.
He questioned that how could an ailment come in the way of condemning the attack on Charsadda University?
The opposition leader said he would give his reply to the allegations leveled against him in the parliament before the prime minister.
He said Pakistan People’s Party was not reacting to the arrest of Dr Asim Hussain. His case was being handled by the courts.
Shah said it seemed as if only one person knew about the National Action Plan (NAP) while the entire media, intellectuals and parliamentarians were ignorant.