PML-N chief Nawaz Sharif dispelled the notion that he wanted to become a PM for third time, saying that he did not have any such desire and assured the government of all-out support for the stability of democracy. Talking to senior journalists in Karachi today, the PML-N supremo said that in the past dictators with vested interests never allowed the democratically elected governments to complete their mandated tenure. However, he noted that his party would support the incumbent government to complete its tenure. He called for joint efforts to address all the issues facing the country, saying that no party could do it single handedly. Nawaz maintained that he was more happy on judges restoration than on his premiership oath taking. Nawaz Sharif visited Boulton Market area of Karachi to inspect damages suffered by the business district in arson attacks after Youm-e-Ashur terror attack. Chief Minister of Sindh Syed Qaim Ali Shah, provincial ministers Zulfiqar Mirza, Pir Mazhaul Haq, PML-N Sindh President Syed Ghous Ali Shah, Ahsan Iqbal and other party leaders were also accompanied with the former prime minister. Talking to media during the visit Nawaz expressed solidarity with the victims of the incident and promised to extend all possible help to the people affected in the incident.