PPP to remain part of democratic alliance: Khurshid Shah

KARACHI: Leader of opposition in the national assembly, Khurshid Shah Sunday said that the federal and Sindh governments should provide security to the installations instead of bickering over and added that the institutions would have to get forward meeting the dangers.

Talking to media on the sidelines of Family Expo function at the Expo centre here, Khurshid Shah said that Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) would not become a party to any undemocratic move and would continue remaining part of the democratic alliance.

He said that the Karachi airport attack was quite shocking, but there was no two-opinion about it that the responsibility of the airport security rested with the federal government.

Khurshid Shah said that the government would not try to arrest Tahirul Qadri. He further said that the trial under Article 6 would not be fruitful without linking it with October 12, 1999 military coup.