LONDON: Prime Minister (PM), Shahid Khaqan Abbasi renouncing threat expressed by Speaker National Assembly (NA), Ayaz Sadiq regarding completion of governments’ term previous day said that assembly will complete the tenure.

PM Abbasi was talking to media here on Thursday where he landed after attending OIC summit held in Istanbul against American President’s announcement of Jerusalem as Israeli capital.

“Threats always remain, though, government is not facing any threat yet,” the head of cabinet mentioned.

Replying a query, he said that international community put up very vivid, apt and clear message, hoping that America would reconsider its decision regarding shifting U.S embassy to Jerusalem, adding Pakistan has done its duty as it has given clear cut point of view at international gathering.

There are ups and downs in politics but government will complete its due term and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) would remake new government in 2018 after gaining victory in the upcoming elections, PM claimed.

Foreign Minister, Khawaja Asif was also accompanying the PM during his media talk.
High ups of PMLN will join heads in London to devise a strategy to drag the party out from plethora of problems being faced by it.

On the other hand, ousted PM Nawaz Sharif talking to media said that mocked that country is heading towards instability now which is deplorable situation.

Talking to media along with daughter Maryam Nawaz here on Thursday, Nawaz lamented July 28 decision of apex court about his disqualification saying that such type decisions cause anarchy in the country.

He said that situation has turned completely after the decision as progress and development have been replaced with chaos and anarchy after the decision.
“Today Pakistan has more electricity than its demand, terrorism was capitulated which has started resurfacing now while CPEC projects have become dawdling now,” he added.    

“Stock exchange has decreased from 54000 indexes to 37000 indexes which was going up during our tenure as a result of government’s instability in the country,” claimed ousted PM.

He ended media talk with a poetic verse of famous Urdu poet, Assad Ullah Khan Ghalib.