Lahore, Feb.20 (ANI): Former Pakistan Minister and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) chief Nawaz Sharif has come down hard on the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) led government terming it as a 'complete failure', and said it has lost its credibility.
Commenting on the recent controversy over the judges' appointment issue, Sharif said the government is responsible for the collision between institutions.
"This act had not only threatened democracy but also caused disgrace to the politicians," Sharif said.
Talking to a delegation of leaders of the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA), Sharif said the criticised the Gilani government for the prevalent massive corruption and said it has lost its credibility among the people of the country.
"Losing credibility in the eyes of people due to eruption of various scandals and failing to restore national economy, the country has been facing irreparable brunt," The Nation quoted Sharif, as saying.
He said the PML-N's priority is to bring those to justice who have violated the country's Constitution.
Sharif said his party would continue its struggle to prevent democracy from falling apart.
"We shall spare no effort to protect the nobility of judiciary and sanctity of institutions.
Our basic onus is to protect the interests of people and the country by waging a war for the elimination of all social evils," he added. (ANI)