Former Foreign Minister and Pakistan People Party (PPP) leader Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that despite repeated attacks on sensitive installations and blasts at public places claiming dozens of lives daily, the government's role is mere of a silent spectator and no heed is paid towards the worsening law and order situation. Taking part in a private TV channel program on Friday, Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that the sitting government seems to be non functional in the ongoing scenario which was matter of grave concern. He said that Defence Committee of the Cabinet (DCC) meeting a couple of days earlier to discuss and chalk out strategies regarding overall security situation across the country has yielded nothing except customary statement which would have no positive aspect. The former Foreign Minister said that free and transparent commission to probe the Abbottabad raid has not been constituted yet which indicates that no importance has been given to the issue that hurts country's sovereignty and credibility in the international community. Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that Pakistan was passing through critical juncture of its history and joint efforts were needed to overcome the situation. "We can't afford political blame game further and political leadership should unite in the larger interest of country, and sink the party interests as well as political differences and take the nation into confidence" he added. He said that due to repeated violation and U-turn of pledges, political leadership has lost trust of the masses and they needed to regain masses confidence by taking steps for the welfare of country and its people. Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that commissions and committees constituted for resolving various issues have not born fruit and countrymen consider such practices no more useful but wastage of time and resources. He said that parliament's joint resolution has not been implemented which has put a question mark on sovereignty of parliament.