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Dual nationality holders should not have any govt office:Ch Shujaat

Islamabad:Pakistan Muslim League President Senator Ch Shujat Hussain has said that the people should not get disappointed, revolutionary changes will be brought about to pull the country out of problems. Speaking at the reception hosted by him and also by Secretary General Mushahid Hussain Sayed in the Muslim League House here today in honour of the Advisor to the Prime Minister Imtiaz Ahmad Ranjha, Ch Shujat Hussain said that the workers are the backbone of our party and they would be given their rightful place, all possible steps would be taken for doing their genuine works, Muslim Leaguer Ministers should keep the doors of their homes and offices open. Ch Shujat Hussain said that the appointment of Imtiaz Ahmad Ranjha is ample proof of how important are our party workers to us, he would now sit in the Muslim League House and solve the problems faced by the people. He said that he has asked Imtiaz Rajha to formulate six months policy for immediate solution of the problems of the workers. Talking to the media on the occasion, Ch Shujat Hussain said that people having dual nationality should be given conditional permission to context election but they should not be given any govt office till they end dual nationality.He said the matter is before the Standing Committee and we would present our point of view before it. The PML President said that election will be held next year i.e. 2013 and these should be held in good weather. He said the Muslim League is desirous of contesting the election along with all its allies.He said further that seat adjustment will be done with the Peoples Party. Replying to the questions, Ch Shujat Hussain said that consensus over the name of the Chief Election Commissioner is very welcome development. He said N-League had proposed the name which the govt had accepted adding that now trying to claim the credit by by some N-League leaders is regrettable. He further said that the contempt of court matter is before the court. He said NATO supply restoration decision was taken by all allies parties unanimously adding that this is not just a matter concerning the USA and Pakistan only but there more than 50 allies countries also. Speaking on the occasion, Secretary General Mushahid Hussain Sayed said that selection of Imtiaz Ahmad Ranjha is welcome development, he would now sit in the Muslim League House, listen to the workers and solve their problems and grievances. He maintained that Muslim League is the workers party and not a hereditary family party adding that the workers would be given due respect and rightful place. Mushahid Hussain Sayed said that USA has lost war in the region and now there is no justification for drone attacks and the govt should adopt concrete strategy in this regard. He said all matters should be resolved through negotiations. Balochistan Finance Minister and Pakistan Muslim League Provincial Parliamentary leader Mir Asim Karugeelu speaking on the occasion said that the Muslim League is fighting Pakistan’s case in Balochistan adding that the party is the biggest parliamentary force of the province under leadership of Ch Shujat Hussain. Muslim League Gilgit Baltistan President Mirza Hussain Baig, Minister of State Akram Masih Gill, Advisor to the Prime Minister Naseer Khan Mengal, Syed Qasim Shah and PML Women Wing President Mrs Farrukh Khan,Senior Vice-President Syed Faqeer Hussain Bokhari, Intekhab Chamakni, Ejaz Khan Durrani, Ulema o Mashaikh Wing President Pir Syed Chiraghuddin Shah, Labour Wing President Muhammad Imtiaz Raja and Vice-President Sultan Gul, Muslim League FATA’s Naseeb Nawaz, Shabnam Rukhsana, Farzana Malik, Raja Fayyaz, Ch Jahangir were among those who also addressed the gathering on the occasion.

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