NO PROMISE FULFILLED’: ANP MULLING OVER TO QUIT UNITY GOVT
ISLAMABAD: Another coalition partner of the unity government in the Centre led by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, the Awami National Party (ANP), is mulling over to part ways with the coalition government.
The decision was made in a meeting of the ANP chaired by Aimal Wali Khan where party leaders suggested to quit to the federal government after none of the promises made to them before the vote of no-confidence is fulfilled.
“Aimal Wali Khan has summoned a meeting of central leadership after Eid to make a final decision in this regard,” they said, adding the party leaders have given authority to the ANP President to decide on the matter.
The sources within ANP said that neither promises made with them are being fulfilled nor the governm…
Ameer Haider Khan Hoti further said that the government should take immediate steps to stabilise the economy and provide relief to the people.
“We will not support a government that cannot serve the people. The ANP does not need a ministry or position to serve the people,” he added.
The ANP leader added that if the government was serious in resolving the problems of the people, then the sacrifice should start from the parliament.
“The government should stop taking perks and privileges amid the economic conditions if it is serious in steering country out of crisis,” he added.