ISLAMABAD: Speaker National Assembly Ayaz Sadiq on Wednesday feared that the assemblies might not complete their term, adding he was seeing a ‘greater plan’ in the offing.
Speaking on Geo News show “Aj Shahzeb Khanzada Kay Sath”, the Speaker said that all the opposition parties except the one intend to see the government to complete its tenure.
“Disappointment is a sin but for the first time in my political career now I am disheartened,” Sadiq added.
He said that whetever was happening was not only damaging for one institution but for the entire country. The prevailing situation is not normal, but unnatural. Pakistan is surrounded by enemies, the Speaker maintained.
Our internal challenges are bigger than those of external, Sadiq said.
“I always ask the political parties that the system should be strengthened for over all improvement in the country,” he said.
I pray for the stability of Pakistan as our country is everything for us, the Speaker said.
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