FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi rules out martial law in country
MULTAN (92 News) – Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has ruled out the martial law in the country.
Talking to the media on Saturday, he said that the people will not be part of any disruption as they have political wisdom.
The minister said that the government will adopt the democratic method to deal with the sit-in. “The victory of Moazzam Abbasi is a sign of a change,” he said.
He said that the government had taken steps to control money laundering. “Some forces want to break unity of the Muslim Ummah. Saudi and Iranian leadership agreed to resume diplomacy to remove misunderstandings,” he said.
He said that there is commotion in the ranks of the Pakistan People’s Party. “There is always room for dialogues in the political process.”
Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that Indian had occupied Kashmir on October 27. “India is delighted with the sit-it. India wants to divert the world attention from Kashmir issue. The opposition parties should not create the conditions conducive for the success of India,” he said.
He announced that Prime Minister Imran Khan will inaugurate the Kartarpur Corridor on November 9. “Former Indian PM Manmohan Singh has been invited to the inaugural ceremony. Manmohan Singh has assured to reach Pakistan as common yatree,” he said.