Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) senior leader and former governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has said that sit-ins will not be needed if Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) resolves the Terms of Reference (TOR) issue.
Addressing the party leaders at his office on Sunday, Sarwar said that the government was compelling the opposition to carry out protests due to their stubbornness and unfortunately, rulers have become problematic for the nation. The government was implementing a policy of promotion of corruption instead of eradication of corruption; he said adding that PTI is fighting the war to protect the country.
The former governor further said that the rulers were abstaining from accountability and it is right of the opposition to compel them for initiating accountability in the country. PML-N articulated fabricated dreams before the elections, but now have become problematic for the country, he maintained.
The government must start self-accountability instead of criticism; Sarwar said, adding that it was quite evident that opposition will not go for protests and sit-ins if the government resolves the ToR issue, but betterment and maturity were not expected from the incumbent government.