ISLAMABAD – Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan Friday claimed that no one is serious in eradicating corruption from the country and it is merely a slogan.
Speaking at a ceremony here, the minister said Pakistan’s future is not associated with sit-ins or foul language.
“Whichever nation made progress, its decisions were made in court or parliament, rather than in streets,” Nisar said. “But, a wrong trend has been set in the country.”
“Unfortunately, it is difficult in Pakistan to do the right thing, while doing wrong is easier,” he rued.