- International Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi urges PDM to look at nationwide curiosity
- Says opposition events opposing open balloting as a result of they’re afraid of defeat in Senate polls
- Qureshi requested PDM to point out political maturity
International Minister Shah Mahmood Hussain Qureshi says the opposition events are opposing open balloting as a result of they’re afraid of defeat within the Senate polls.
He was addressing a public rally throughout inaugural ceremonies of various highway schemes in Multan, Monday.
Qureshi mentioned those that raised the slogan of sanctity of vote (Vote Ko Izzat Do) also needs to preserve the sanctity of votes within the Senate elections.
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The Pakistan Democratic Motion (PDM) ought to rethink its actions for the nation’s sake, he mentioned.
PDM is engaged on one level, which is aimed toward avoiding circumstances and searching for an NRO.
Qureshi urged PDM to point out political maturity and keep away from doing politics of chaos and focusing on nationwide establishments.
“PDM leaders have been maligning the Pakistan Army and this narrative can be misused by India and other external threats,” The Information reported Qureshi as saying on a non-public TV channel.
“I agree that they have a right to protest but if they spread political instability, then it will benefit India and the forces seeking to put pressure on Pakistan. Think of your actions just for Pakistan’s sake and nothing else,” he mentioned.
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He mentioned international forces are working in opposition to Pakistan to unfold chaos and added the nation is dealing with terror threats and its security was conserving the Pakistan Military busy.
“The EU Disinfo confirmed alternative ways India has been focusing on Pakistan. India has been attacking our troopers and civilians alongside the Line of Management,” he mentioned.