Former prime minister and PPP senior leader Yousaf Raza Gilani on Wednesday said Pakistan Democratic Movement’s (PDM) anti-government drive is not over yet and resignations are final option.
The erstwhile premier talked to media in Islamabad and said there is no use of tendering resignations now if the Senate elections are definitely going to be held. All eleven political parties of PDM make decisions unanimously, he added. Yousaf Raza Gilani said, “The incumbent government had also resigned when it was in opposition but the then National Assembly speaker did not accept the resignations.
PPP is an expert in making coalition government.” On the other hand, the former PM appeared before a federal anti-corruption court in the TDAP corruption case. The hearing was adjourned till March 9 without any proceeding.—INP