Islamabad: Dubbing news about Zardari’s resignation and being under pressure due to memogate controversy, as ‘cruel joke’ Senior Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) leader and former law minister Babar Awan has said that “last episode of the joke’ was being run against the PPP government.
Talking to media here on Thursday, he said that the incumbent government was not allowed to work according to its mandate. He said that all the bids to ruin the constitution would not be allowed to be succeeded.
He said that the government played historical role in promoting democracy in the country, beside restoring peace in Swat and passing 18th amendment to the constitution.
Awan said the president doesn’t take pressure rather he undertakes responsibilities.
Replying a query, the PPP minister said that the government would decide future course of action to implement recommendations of the Parliamentary Committee on the National Security.