Mid-term polls only solution of present political crises: Nisar

ISLAMABAD: Opposition leader in the National Assembly Chaudhry Nisar has said that mid-term polls are only way to continue the present democratic setup in the country.

Talking to a private TV channel here on Monday, Chaudhry Nisar stated that the government is illiterate of good-governance, adding PPP had only 125 members while they have only 91 members. No one has clear majority in the national assembly thus mid-term elections are only solution of all the crises, he added.

He was of the view that army should not come if the apex court calls it. Commenting on the hot burning issue of presidential letter seeking opinion on the appointment of former Justice Deedar Hussain Shah as Chairman National Accountability Bureau (NAB), he informed that he had received the letter this morning.

Nisar further said that he had not gone through the letter, adding that his secretary would response the letter.

He was of view that the future of incumbent government depends on the decision of MQM. PML-N would welcome MQM if it joins opposition, he added.

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  1. Once again the prophets of doom and gloom are out in full force. Political parties sitting in the opposition are chomping at the bit for a ‘midterm’ election. The reason is, as always, related to the weather and has little to do with any political realities. As every observer of the Pakistani political scene knows, nothing of any importance ever happens in Pakistan during the dog days of summer except of course for a flood or two. Politicians appearing on TV talk shows and being quoted in newspapers these days keep insisting that the ‘people’ of this country want immediate midterm elections. But the reality of the fact is different, the political parties for their own personal gain want to thrust country into another turmoil, which Pakistan is not in a condition to face today. Some political figures are trying to play havoc with the people of Pakistan. They must realize the democracy is restored after a long struggle, derailing democracy would not serve better for their aims.

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