BUREWALA -Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Housing and Works Syed Sajid Mehdi Saleem said that conspiracy to destabilise the elected government would be foiled.

Talking to journalists at Burewala Press Club on telephone after a National Assembly session, he said that the present government had put the economy on the path to stability but the opponents had launched protests against it.

Mehdi said that in 1993 and 1999, Nawaz Sharif-led governments were toppled before completing their terms and once again such forces were active. He said that 11 out of 12 parties in the National Assembly had supported Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, rejecting the PTI and PAT’s demands of resignations of the PM and the CM.

He made it clear that the prime minister would not resign. He said that the resignations’ demand was part of a conspiracy against the government. he said that the chief minister had no involvement in Model Town incident and a probe had also declared him innocent.

He said Islamabad march was a dance march where youth come to join dance party. He appealed the prime minister to appoint Imran Khan as chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board, saying running a government was not the latter’s business.