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There is no excuse for the current situation of the country: Shahid Khaqan Abbasi -HP NEWS

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PML-N leader and former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi says that there is no excuse for the current situation of the country, for the improvement of the economy and for the people, every institution including the judiciary must come together.

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi while addressing the ceremony of Reimagining Pakistan in Peshawar said that planning has to be done to solve the country’s problems, the solution of the problems is within the constitution, today the parliament is paralyzed, there is no talk of public problems, the problems of the country. But we don’t see the pain that happens in the political system, we are not talking about a revolution, we have to find a solution to the country’s problems.

Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said that the country is currently in problems, you cannot do politics, you cannot break the assemblies, reservations were also expressed in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, are the problems of the people solved? The constitution says that there should be an election within 90 days, the constitution gives the responsibility to the election commission to conduct the election.

The former prime minister said that today’s politics in Pakistan has turned into hatred and enmity, the current system is not capable of solving the country’s problems, the problems that exist in the economic and political system today may never have existed. It should be brought forward, political elites look beyond their noses.

The leader of PML-N said that Nawaz Sharif was taken for treatment and will return after treatment. Today it is the responsibility of the system to correct the abuse done to Nawaz Sharif. There are problems if it comes from the country’s politics, the judiciary, army and other institutions have influence, I have never talked to the establishment in my life, if the establishment stays within the constitution, then we can talk



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