- We should move towards discourse in any capacity, formal or casual, says the PML-Q leader
- Shujaat Hussain says the public authority or the Opposition ought not follow the counsel of those whose reasoning depends on self-interest
- “Government representatives should not make everything an issue of their ego”
LAHORE: PML-Q President Ch Shujaat Hussain has said the circumstance in the nation has arrived at a point where it has never been and asked the ideological groups to hold an exchange to the greatest advantage of Pakistan.
“In such a situation, the government and the Opposition should understand their duty that they have to work in the interest of the country and people,” Shujaat Hussain said in an articulation on Thursday and added the public authority ought not react to all the recommendations of the Opposition with way of talking yet ought to genuinely consider them.
“We are allies but it is well known that when we talk about guidance, it is called opposition,” the PML-Q pioneer said.
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The veteran lawmaker proposed the decision gathering to don’t fall into the snare of credit on the grounds that in the race for credit a few individuals from the congregations do things that are not adequate to anybody.
“The government or the Opposition should not follow the advice of those whose thinking is based on self-interest rather than national interest. Both the government and the Opposition should unite in the interest of the country. Government representatives should not make everything an issue of their ego but go ahead and take the initiative in resolving issues.”
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Shujaat likewise cautioned the opponent ideological groups of genuine outcomes of this accuse game.
Two and a half years have just passed and by the entry of one more year the aftereffects of these unmannerly assertions will become known, thusly, rather than taking issues to this level, we should move towards discourse in any capacity, formal or casual.”, he added.