Unified PML has failed: PML-N
LAHORE: The alliance between the ruling Pakistan Muslim League (PML) components has failed and will end soon, said MPA Ajasim Sharif, Mohammad Pervaiz Malik, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) central finance secretary, and Haji Mohammad Hanif on Monday.
Addressing a PML-N meeting organised to plan arrangements for Youm-e-Takbeer on May 28, they said that the differences between the PML and its allies in the government would not allow a new prime minister to succeed. They said that a collection of splinter groups with different interests and convictions could not bring about political stability in the country. They said that the ruling party was trying to extend its life by flattering General Pervez Musharraf.
They said that the government could not fulfil its claims to provide relief to the people within six months, when it was unable to do so in the past two and half years. “With each passing day, the people’s hardships and miseries increase,” they said.
They said that a government which could not provide relief to the people or ensure their security could not claim to be a success. They said that people would not be committing suicides if the government had been able to control inflation. They said that the PML-N and its allies would defeat the ruling party in the upcoming local and general elections.