Musharraf wants to be Pakistan`s Hosni Mobarak: Imran

ISLAMABAD: Imran Khan, Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaaf and member national assembly MNA drawing parallel between long serving Egyptian President Husni Mobarak and the President General Pervez Musharraf said that President Musharraf wishes to become `Hosni Mobarak` of Pakistan.

In an interview to a private TV channel on Tuesday the opposition leader said, the resignations are not being tendered from the assemblies due to the internal differences within Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA).

He observed that we don`t consider PML a political party nor have any differences with it, real differences are with the military dictator who are endeavoring towards the `murder` of democracy in Pakistan.

For the restoration of true democracy the MMA decision of en masse resignations is praise worthy and I completely agree with it. All opposition parties must tender en masse resignations from the assembly.

Due to the differences within MMA this is not possible. If any one from MMA will resign that will be Jamaat-e-Islami. The Fazlur Rehman group will never resign.

In response to a query, he said there are weaknesses that lie with some of the opposition parties because of which they cannot unite at a single platform and a little role in this is of the governmental agencies. They will never let grand alliance become a success.

In apropos Women Protection Bill, he supported MMA stance but opposed Hasba Bill adding that the bill will weaken institutions in the name of Islam.

Source: Paktribune


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