Talking to the media before leaving for Islamabad where he is scheduled to attend the meeting of coalition partners called by President Zardari, the PML-Q chief said clash amongst institutions could not be in national interest.
He said the country is facing internal and external threats. He said clash between the army, the judiciary and the government is the least the country could afford. He said none of the institution affords an extreme approach at this point in time. He said the interest of Pakistan should always stay supreme for all.
Ch Shujaat also called for national dialogue to dissolve the situation. He said clash amongst institutions should be averted at all costs. He said the nation needs to be given hope instead of despondency, while all the issues facing the country must be tackled seriously.
The PML-Q chief reiterated that the NRO verdict leave margin to reach a solution to the issues. He said the final decision would be taken at the coalition meeting, while all must uphold the policy of reconciliation.