LONDON (Web Desk) – Former Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar said if democracy keeps clinging to status quo in Pakistan a way for revolution may be paved.
Speaking to a TV channel Sarwar said that he intended to resign from the governorship six months ago but had to postpone his plan due to sit-ins in Islamabad.
I have planned to join a political party that would form a shadow cabinet, he said.
To a question, he said that he had not left Sharif brothers in their difficult times. But I was not satisfied as governor of the largest province, he explained.
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