ISLAMABAD – Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal revealed on Monday that some hidden hands were trying to drift the democratic process while clarifying that the efforts would be foiled.
Drawing a timeline of the country’s stints with a democratic and martial law set-ups, the legislator wondered that whether the cycle of democracy followed by dictatorship would be broken this time.
“All are committed to preserving the continuity of the democratic process, except a troika of failed politicians, disgruntled media anchors, and a few retired servicemen,” the legislator stated.
Iqbal continued that the future and tide of rising Pakistan could not be compromised.
The PML-N leader expressed similar comments on Saturday when he declared that a particular lobby was hell-bent on constructing a narrative to provoke unconstitutional acts in the country.