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Hashmi advises dissolution of parliament 'in good faith'

28 December, 2011

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MULTAN: The PTI leader, Makhdoom Javed Hashmi has advised Prime Minister, Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani to dissolve the parliament forthwith to hold early elections.

Talking to a massive rally of PTI supporters, after his arrival at Multan airport from Karachi on Tuesday, he described his demand /advice "in best interests of Prime Minister Yusuf Raza Gilani" over numerous crisis and lawlessness.

"As a patriotic Pakistani and a 'well wishing advisor' in 'good faith', I strongly advise the prime minister that instead of clinging to the rule, he should immediately dissolve the Parliament and hold early elections," he maintained.

" I say (advise) this, in light of my 45-year political experience , as after carefully observing the scenario, I can state that masses had already pinned their high hopes with Imran Khan as the godot, who can/would deliver", he stated.

Javed Hashmi assured that there would no more corruption, loot and dacoities having just the kind of justice promised earlier by Quaid-e-Azam himself.

Citing his massive warm welcome, Javed Hashmi declared it as a visible proof of shape of things to come in form of "Imran Tsunami" (victory for PTI); besides an ample proof that his (Javed's) decision of resigning alongwith his daughter and joining PTI was prudent and justified.

He said that Imran Khan had personally visited him (Javed) with a request to join PTI, not for the sake of victory, but to save Pakistan. "I asked for some time to ponder over the offer, but Imran was adamant, and I had to join PTI after a comprehensive consensus with friends and family," he explained.

Javed Hashmi said that PML-N had pleaded him to stay over fears of being orphaned after his exit, but "I refused over not allowing for masses of Pakistan being orphaned", and said that he had nothing against anybody, while also claiming that every one and sundry from PML-N knew his reasons for parting ways with the party.

He also expressed his strongest admonitions to Punjab government for depriving the masses of Southern Punjab, of their legitimate facilities.

Referring to death anniversary of Benazir, he reminded that a joint vow had been made with her for evolution of democracy in Country, but nothing was accomplished.

He also berated the intense corruption, which had even forced PM to render a public apology over embezzlement of his (Javed's) medical expenses, which Javed had donated to flood victims.

Javed Hashmi also stressed that all were not subject to whims of PTI, but were/should be restricted to general discipline." A fact that even Shah Mahmood Qureshi is familiar with" he stressed.

Earlier, Makhdoom Javed Hashmi was accorded a tumultuous welcome upon his arrival at Multan airport, by PTI activists. The massive surging sea of supporters went out of control and almost broke the video cameras of media; while they also indulged in scuffles with media, and airport security forces besides breaking window panes of VIP lounge.

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