PPP to protest if demands not met: Khursheed

 WEB DESK : Opposition leader in the National Assembly (NA) Khursheed Shah on Thursday warned the government that if Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) questions were not answered regarding national security, failure in foreign policy and corruption revealed in the Panama leaks then the party will protest.

Talking to media outside his Sukkar residence, Khursheed Shah blasted Imran Khan saying he is suffering from mental pressure and all the politicians should pardoned him on allegations levelled by him.

The Opposition leader said that announcement for new army chief should have been done on October 15, and said that when seniors are neglected and pick and chose policy is followed, one will get Army Chief like Zia Ul Haq, adding that the country debt has risen up.

He further said that the PPP supported democracy rather than Nawaz Sharif back in 2014. Khursheed Shah said that loadshedding in the country is on peak, gas prices have also increased.

Khursheed Shah said that the court did not get pressurised and the PPP premier was declared disqualified referring to Yousuf Raza Gilani disqualification. Now let see what happens this time, he said. – INP