Islamabad, Sept 2 : The present day PPP-led government in Islamabad would not last long and may collapse before completing its tenure, said PML-N leader and former Pakistan premier Nawaz Sharif. He added that he won't make any efforts in destabalising the government.
The government will collapse much before completing its tenure if its leaders continue their policies of breaking promises and ignoring public issues, the Gulf News quoted him as saying in an interview.
"I don't want to make any efforts to destabilise the government, but I am afraid it will not last long due to its current way of governance and the policies of its leadership, which are fast losing the trust of leaders and the people," he added.
Sharif's PML-N had recently quit the ruling coalition led by the PPP and decided to sit on the Opposition benches, saying that PPP Co-Chairperson Asif Ali Zar-dari had not kept his promise to restore the deposed judges.
Asked whether the army would interfere into Pakistan politics, Sharif said that he would not like to see the army meddle again in political issues.
Sharif also ruled out any possibility of rejoining the coalition despite requests from the PPP. "We have crossed that point and we don't want to enter the ruling coalition again."
On the issue of taking action against former president Pervez Musharraf, who overthrew his government in 1999 in a bloodless coup, Sharif said: "I hold no personal vendetta against Musharraf. I am not keen on settling personal scores, but he should be taken to task for his wrongdoings."