PML-N calls for interim set-up
By Ahmed Raza
HYDERABAD: Pakistan Muslim League (N) has called for formation of interim set-up in the country consisting of all political parties.
This was stated by PML-N vice president Tehmina Daultana on Sunday while talking to newsmen on arrival at PML-N workers convention at the residence of a local PML leader, Allah Bux Magsi. Other leaders of the party including Sindh President Imdad Hussein Chandio, Makhdoom Shahnawaz, Mushahidullah Khan, Mamnoon Hussain and Nihal Hashmi accompanied her in talks to journalists.
Tehmina said there are indications that government is planning to delay the polls. Replying to a question that so far party has not decided to boycott the polls.
She said President Musharraf has planned to introduce “disabled democracy” by imposing condition of graduations and other conditions, which would not be accepted.
Regarding elections in the political parties, she said PML (N) has elected Nawaz Sahrif as its president for three years on May 28th 2002 and the accounts of the party are audited every year.
Daultana refuted any deal between Nawaz Sharif and the present government and asked the rulers to unearth if they have any proof in this regard. She disclosed that Nawaz Sharif would return to the country before October 2002 polls. “Kashmir issue has been decided by present government and now its heading for de-nuclearization of nuclear program,” she said adding that such step would not be tolerated at any cost.