KARACHI: Sindh Home Minister Zulfiqar Mirza has warned PML-N of “consequences” if the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) is forced out of the Punjab coalition.
Speaking at a public gathering in Lyari on Sunday, Mirza asserted that the PML-N was hatching conspiracies to eliminate the PPP from Punjab. He warned the PML-N that any undemocratic step against the PPP government would result in anarchy in the country.
Mirza’s warning follows statements by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif, who said February 22 will be the final day of talks with the PPP on the PML-N’s 10-point agenda.
He announced his open fight against Imran Khan and Mian Nawaz Sharif, as they are doing undemocratic thing in the province. No single state of PML-N from Kashmore to Karachi would be safe if the PPP was out from Punjab, the minister warned.