Thursday, April 28, 2011

ISLAMABAD TONIGHT: PPP-PML (Q) COALITION

ISLAMABAD TONIGHT: PPP-PML (Q) COALITION
 
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http://awaztoday.com/playvideo.asp?pageId=14412
 
http://www.friendskorner.com/forum/f247/debate-islamabad-tonight-27th-april-2011-a-227540/
 
http://www.zemtv.com/2011/04/27/islamabad-tonight-27th-april-2011/
 
 
ISLAMABAD TONIGHT
WITH NADEEM MALIK
27-04-2011
 
TOPIC- POSSIBLE COALITION BETWEEN PPP & PML (Q)
 
GUESTS- JAMAL KHAN LAGHARI, ABDUL QADIR BALOCH, ASMA ARBAB ALAMGIR, AMEER MUQAM
 
JAMAL KHAN LAGHARI OF PML (Q) said that PML (Q) has not become the part of the government yet. He said that People's Party has lost the confidence of the people. He said that in his personal opinion PML (Q) should never join PPP led government. He said that country is facing serious kind of challenges. He said that no party has any crash programme to lead the country out of these problems over nightly. He said that new investments have been completely suspended in the country. He said that there is no incentive or protection for the investors that they should invest in Pakistan. He said that the corrupt people who got the government by the virtue of NRO can not control the corruption in the country. He said that ISI is not playing any role in the politics at the moment.
 
ABDUL QADIR BALOCH OF PML (N) said that Peoples Party is in negotiations with PML (Q) to join the government to counter the black mailing of MQM. He said that PPP and PML (Q) already have coalition governments in the provinces of Balochistan and Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa. He said that Peoples Party was given the government under a deal with Pervez Musharaf and America. He said that continuation of drone attacks is part of that deal. He said that every body is responsible for terrorism, law and order situation and unemployment in the country. He said that PML (Q) is a party of Pervez Musharaf because he was the head of this party till he left the country. Answering a question whether ISI is conspiring to unite the political parties against PML (N) he said that if Ch Nisar says it is he must have some evidence to prove his point. He said that the point is if ISI is conspiring against PML (N) it will go in the favor of the country or other wise.
 
ASMA ARBAB ALAMGIR OF PPPP said that Peoples Party will talk to any party beside PML (Q) in the best interest of the country. She said that Peoples Party will take every step to strengthen the democracy in the country. She said that when Peoples Party took over the government the country was in precarious situation. She said that a dictator is given long time to run the country but not a democratic government. She said that People Party did not offered sacrifices to get the government but to establish democracy in the country. She said that there is no proof that ISI is conspiring against PML (N). She said that every body should come forward to support ISI against the propaganda in the Western press.
 
AMEER MUQAM OF PML (Q) said that PML (Q) is in negotiations with PPPP only. He said that the rumors are wrong that PML (Q) is going to join the government. He said that people of his province and him are against to join the government with Peoples Party.



 
 
 
 
 
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