Nawaz says he “forgot his anger” in national interest
Lahore, Apr. 4 : Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief Nawaz Sharif has claimed that he has forgotten his anger in the national interest and agreed to work with other parties for building Pakistan.
Addressing party workers in Raiwind, he said he wanted to support the government for fulfilling the national agenda, but linked his working with the government to the implementation of the Charter of Democracy.
"The politicians should not engage in fighting and work in unison for resolution of the serious problems being faced by the country," The News quoted Nawaz Sharif, as saying.
He said the long march was launched in the national interest, which led to the restoration of the deposed judges overnight. Had it been for personal interest, the objective might not have been achieved, he added.
Sharif said the people of Pakistan would themselves have to confront the elements attempting to derail the democracy. (ANI)