"Patriotic" Pak Army needs no invitation for intervening in politics: PML-F
Karachi, Sept 17 (ANI): Pakistan Muslim League Functional (PML-F) chief Pir Pagara has said that all Generals of the Pak Army are patriots, and the Army would not come into national politics on anyone's behest, it would rather come on its own.
Pagara expressed these views while talking to media persons, along with Sheikh Rashid, at his residence Kingri House, The Nation reports.
Commenting on Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) chief Altaf Hussain's statement regarding martial law, Pagara said that Altaf had always harboured evil intentions in his mind.
"Feudal lords are lying in their graves; now, it is time to think about their children. Altaf would 'go up' if he returns home," he added.
Commenting on former President Pervez Musharraf's homecoming decision, the PML-F chief pointed out that no Pakistani President, who went abroad, ever traced his way back home.
Hoping for the unification of all factions of Pakistan Muslim League as one political party, he forecasted that the next premier would hail from his party.
Pagara also declared that the future of Sheikh Rashid and Shahbaz Sharif was bright, while Nawaz Sharif and Imran Khan had a dark future. (ANI)