Subversion of constitution, imposition of martial law, absence of rule of law behind the backwardness of the country: Nawaz Sharif.
martial law martial law, temporary government and control by military authorities of a territory or state, when war or overwhelming public disturbance makes the civil authorities of the region unable to enforce its law. , derailment derailment /de·rail·ment/ (de-ral´ment) disordered thought or speech characteristic of schizophrenia and marked by constant jumping from one topic to another before the first is fully realized. of democracy and lack of rule of law are behind the backwardness of the country. PML-N Quaid said this while addressing a public meeting in the area of Challas Saturday. "Some one dissolves assembly and imposes martial law. Some one executes prime minister. Some one exiles the prime minister, arrests the judges, sends them home and compromises on the national sovereignty. The whole nation is suffering due to these things, he added. The law of right is might had given rise to problems in the country, he remarked. Nawaz Sharif held he did not remain in exile for 8 years willingly but he was kept in exile forcibly. "But I did not bow my head before Pervez Musharraf. National interests remained the focal point focal point
See focus. of our 10-year spanning struggle, he maintained. "We are still struggling for Pakistan and will not compromise on it", he asserted. "We waged struggle for restoration of judiciary and the judiciary achieved independence by the grace of Almighty Allah today. We are now struggling for the revival of constitution. People of Pakistan are eagerly looking for when the constitution and democratic system are restored fully", he underscored. A country becomes laughing stock in the comity of nations comity of nations
1. Courteous recognition accorded by one nation to the laws and institutions of another.
2. The nations observing international comity. Also called comity.
Noun 1. when its judges are arrested and a society can never flourish where there is no justice, he held. "We built motorways and roads. We transformed the country into nuclear power by conducting tit for tat tit for tat
Repayment in kind, as for an injury; retaliation.
[Probably alteration of tip for tap.]
Noun 1. 6 nuclear tests. We did not commit any crime or sin", he maintained. The general who used to call him commando by waving his punch had fled from the country, he remarked. PML-N remained stuck to its stance on National Reconciliation Ordinance, he told. The elected government should complete its tenure, he said. Earlier addressing a public meeting in Astore in connection with Gilgit-Baltistan elections, he said elections should be held in fair, free and transparent manner. He announced to double the quota of Gilgit and Baltistan in medial colleges at Punjab besides increasing the seats by 50 number for the students of Gilgit and Baltistan in agriculture university.
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