LAHORE (Online) PML-N Quaid Nawaz Sharif has said that there was nothing new in the report released by United Nations Commission about murder of late former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and all the answers about her killing have not been answered.
He was talking to newsmen on Saturday after condoling with party leader Nadir Chaudhry over the demise of his mother.
Loadshedding is the biggest problem of Pakistan and the government failed to do anything significant in this regard, he said.
He said there was no cut in the electricity bills despite long unscheduled power outages.
He said the peoples tolerance, while suffering from load shedding, is really appreciable.
He said, There is no problem if my politics gets wobbly but the country should not be at any risk.
He said the government should take notice of the incidents that took place in Hazara.
Nawaz said, We are giving sacrifices for the sake of democracy and good governance.
He said he has tried to control the situation in Hazara but some opportunists aggravated the matter.
He said PML-N will support the government in its all positive deeds but will oppose all action, which it will consider against the good governance.
Replying to another query regarding resignation of PML-N member parliament from Hazara, Mehtab Abbasi, he said MNAs and MPAs of PML-N had sacrificed for cause of good-governance in the country, adding that he will talk over to Mehtab Abbasi when he will receive his resignation.
The PML-N Chief further pointed out that constitution of Pakistan has defined specific limits for every institution and every institution in the country should work in its limits.

This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 18-Apr-2010 here.