While talking to the reporters at his residence in Lahore, PM Gilani said that if the opposition parties wanted mid-term polls, their members should tender resignations.
The PM said that if Admiral Mike Mullen has any solid proofs that Journalist Saleem Shahzad was assassinated on behalf of Pakistan’s government wish, he should come forward. The commission was investigating Shahzad’s murder, he said.
Gilani said the past government used to act on one call from the United States, but the current government did not endorse that practice. He said the PML-N government in Punjab would not be toppled in any way while the PPP would continue its coalition with the PML-Q as well.
He said the Muttahida Qaumi Movement had left coalition in the past too. He hoped that the MQM would rejoin to the coalition fold as it did in the past.
Gilani said that if PML-N seeks legal action against Pervez Musharraf, it should file a case against him in Punjab.
While answering a questing regarding Karachi situation, the PM said that Karachi situation would get better soon as strict action was being taken against terrorists.
He said energy crises in the country would be resolved, and a conference would be called soon. He said that we would do everything in country’s interest.
Prime Minister Pakistan said that manifesto and votes showed the popularity of any party. He said that it was not necessary to serve public by staying in power.