Pakistan

The country faces a state of uncertainty: Dr. Fehmida Mirza

BADIN/KARACHI: Former Speaker of National Assembly, Dr. Fehmida Mirza, a central leader of the Grand Democratic Alliance (GDA) & member of National Assembly has said that the country was facing currently a state of uncertainty saying that it could have been avoided if the Speaker of National Assembly has played his role.

Democracy is not possible without strong opposition, what is being heard about PTI today that I have been seen with Benazir Bhutto, Dr. Fehmida Mirza added.

She strongly condemned what happened on military installations last day and said this is a genie that must be stay in a bottle. The country was moving towards a very scary situation, she added.

The opposition has been completely made blackout & opposition was not even allowed to speak in the assembly, she alleged. Dr. Fehmida Mirza said that the constitution is made for the people but despite this, the people are suffering badly, the government has no sense.

 

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