Resigning, long march, now no-confidence movement, opposition has no destination: FM

News Desk

The Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that the alliance of the opposition parties is a caravan without any destination.

According to media reports, the Foreign Minister has said, that while addressing different ceremonies in Multan on Sunday, that earlier opposition alliance was talking about resigning from assemblies, then holding long march and now they are discussing about no-confidence movement against an elected Prime Minister.

Talking about the new US administration, Shah Mahmood Qureshi has expressed the hope that Pakistan’s relations with the new United States administration will flourish in the days to come.

The Foreign Minister further stated that Pakistan performed amicable role amid difficult circumstances for peace process in Afghanistan. He wished that the new US administration would continue push forward the developments on Afghan peace process.

Qureshi said that no Foreign Minister was deputed in the country during the previous regime which caused weakening Pakistan on diplomatic fronts.

“However, the incumbent government is fighting Pakistan’s case effectively at every international forum and after a long time, the country’s foreign policy has been evolved as per wishes of masses,” he added.