Lahore: People’s Muslim League (AML) Sheikh Rashid on Tuesday called the current government a “two-vote government”, saying it became unrestricted along with 15 coalition parties.
In a statement on Twitter, the former federal minister criticized the coalition government. He highlighted the irrational behaviour of the ruling party and said an “unchecked government” had lost its mind.
Sheikh Rashid further explained that all they wanted was to disqualify Imran Khan and qualify for Nawaz Sharif. He made it clear that it was a failed agenda and they would not succeed.
“The economic collapse, political instability and the onset of terrorism will bury their [coalition government] politics,” he said.