Lahore, Mar 8(ANI): Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader MNA Khawaja Saad Rafique reckons that Pakistan President Asif Zardari should avoid addressing the joint session of the parliament until the approval of the constitutional reforms.
Rafique said the PML-N would not remain silent if Zardari addresses parliament before the approval of the reforms, The Daily Times reports.
He said Zardari must play his role to strengthen democracy as the Pakistan People's Party (PPP) has signed the Charter of Democracy (CoD), and also asked the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid to sign it.
Rafique further said that the PML-N would be the beneficiary if mid-term elections were held in the country, but stressed that the party would not support any un-democratic step. (ANI)