LAHORE                   -               Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar has said the PML-Q and other allied political parties stand by the PTI and there was no chance of toppling the government.

Talking to the media during an inaugural session of the 3rd International Punjabi conference at the LCWU here on Thursday, he said the credulous PML-N should control its excitement as allied political parties stood firm beside the PTI-led government.

To a question, he said the government would sort out reservations of the allied parties and took them along on all issues in the center and the province, adding that the government would complete its constitutional tenure.

“The PTI will contest local bodies and next general elections 2023 in alliance with the PML-Q”, he asserted. All the allied parties had made it clear that they would not become part of any move aimed at toppling the government.

“I have firm belief that Prime Minister Imran Khan will rescue the country out of prevailing economic problems and challenges.” he said, adding that the opposition would be held accountable for putting the country under billions of dollars debt.

Responding to a query, he said Pakistan was advancing successfully on diplomatic front and the world was acknowledging and supporting Pakistan’s narrative on peace. The governor also inaugurated a new academic block at the Lahore College for Women University (LCWU).