Use of force in politics can lead to anarchy: Pervaiz
The Information Minister says the government wants to make PEMRA an independent and viable institution.
Information Minister Pervez Rashid has urged the Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf leadership not to instigate its workers for law breaking.
Talking to newsmen after attending the concluding session of ten day celebrations of Ashra-e-Quaid in Islamabad on Monday‚ he said use of force in politics could give birth to anarchy and push the workers on the path of terrorism.
To a question‚ Pervez Rashid said former President Pervez Musharraf's case is in the court of law and the government has provided him an ample opportunity to give his side of the storey in the court.
He said his statements outside the court have no relevance.
Referring to Tahir ul Qadri ccriticism of the government the Minister said living standard of people has registered significant improvement during the tenure of PML (N) government.
To a question‚ the Minister said the government has relaxed conditions of Prime Minister's Youth Business loan to facilitate the applicants.
Regarding Pak India relations‚ Pervez Rashid said the recent agreement between the two countries to settle their disputes through dialogue is a great breakthrough in relations between the two countries.
The Information Minister said the government wants to make PEMRA an independent and viable institution.
Earlier‚ speaking in Ashra-e-Qaid function the Minister called for spreading the original sayings of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah to guide the new generation towards the right path.
Later‚ the Minister distributed shields and certificates among the anchors and participants of the Ashra-e-Quaid celebrations.