PML-N to continue monitoring PPP’s performance

February 28th, 2011 - 3:39 pm ICT by ANI  

Islamabad, Feb 28(ANI): Two days after expelling the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) from its Punjab government, the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) has said that it would continue monitoring the federal government’s measures to curb corruption.

“The PML-N will continue to monitor the Zardari administration’s performance very closely,” the Express Tribune quoted PML-N spokesperson Ahsan Iqbal, as saying.

“It will play its democratic role to check massive corruption prevalent in the government if no concrete steps are taken to eradicate it,” he added.

Iqbal further said that the party would not have expelled the PPP from the Punjab government had Zardari lived up to his promises of eradicating corruption and improving governance.

“The Zardari administration’s broken promises and poor performance made it inevitable for the PML-N to part ways with the PPP in Punjab,” the spokesperson said. (ANI)

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