KOTLI/AZAD KASHMIR: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said that opposition parties should cooperate the government in development projects for better Pakistan.
Referring indirectly to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), PM Nawaz said that his the incumbent government should now be supported in dealing with issues rather than polling legs. He said that election should, at least, now be accepted and let the country to grow.
Citing by-election in NA-122 Lahore, premier said that those who had been terming the general elections to be biggest rigged, have got re-elections and have observed that there is no rigging at all.
He was addressing at the occasion of inaugurating 100MW energy project at Kotli, Azad Kashmir. On the occasion, PM said that he intended to take the country to heights of prosperity by launching more and more projects.
Advising indirectly to PTI chairman Imran Khan, he said that political maturity should be practiced, which is needed to become a good politician.
He also deplored that on the one side government has endorsed a historic farmers package worth 530 billion rupees but PTI opposed it. He views such opposition as fear of development by PTI, which is afraid of the government agenda and takes it as a threat for the next general elections in 2018.
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