Ayaz Sadiq fears assemblies might not complete tenure
KARACHI: National Assembly speaker Ayaz Sadiq has expressed fear that the assemblies might not complete their tenure amidst strong opposition being faced by the government from various political parties on several issues.
The NA speaker Ayaz Sadiq, who is also a leader of ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), passed these remarks while talking to a private television channel on Wednesday. “There is an unending string of political events causing trouble for the government,” Sadiq said.
He said he was not a fortune-teller but he did not see things going in favour of the ruling party. “No opposition party intends to see the government completing its tenure, other than one,” he noted without taking name of any political party.
Referring to political turmoil in the country, the national assembly speaker said it looks the uncertainty will prevail till next general elections in the country. “Political instability is constantly looming and is being fueled with the passage of time with growing opposition over several issues,” he added.
In backdrop of Faizabad’s botched operation and release of the Model Town inquiry report, Sadiq said the internal challenges were getting bigger than those of external.
He opined that these issues would further weaken the state institutions of country.
It is apropos to mention here that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has been demanding for early elections in the country while Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT) demanding resignations of Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif and Law Minister Rana Sanaullah for their alleged involvement in the Model Town massacre.