Altaf Hamid Rao.
Tatapani/MIRPUR (AJK), (ZNN TV) : The Prime Minister of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Abdul Qayyum Niazi has said that after realizing their no-confidence move was falling flat the opposition parties have started creating a mess just to hide their fiasco.The Prime Minister Niazi said this while talking to various delegations that called him here on Friday. In a veiled reference to the opposition parties, the PM said that those involved in fomenting trouble (political instability) in the country were neither benefactors of the nation nor have they any sympathy for the country.“Opposition parties’ sole agenda is to spread political chaos in the country”, he said, adding that the negative politics being practiced by the opposition was bound to push the country towards chaos and instability. Referring to well attended public gatherings prime minister Khan had addressed during the past couple of weeks, the AJK PM said that the people of Pakistan have rejected the opposition’s destructive politics by attending the historic meetings held at Melsi, Dir and other places.
“The politically conscious people of the country would never allow this corrupt gang to come to power again”, he said adding that the opposition parties must bear in mind the fact that they can never get NRO by blackmailing the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan. The opposition, he said, was trying to hide its corruption and get NRO by resorting to political blackmailing.“The PTI government under the leadership of Imran Khan will not only fulfill its constitutional term but will return to power with historic mandate in the 2023”, he said.The AJK premier said that the attack on Parliament by the opposition was an insult to the country’s largest constitutional body. Terming it as an unforgivable offense, he said that the opposition alliance was afraid of the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, “which is why they have now resorted to such mean tactics”. “The opposition should compete in the political arena rather than attacking state institutions”, he added.