Pakistan’s former cricketer Shahid Afridi has asked the opposition to join hands with the government instead of seeking its removal.
He has called ‘dharna’ against the progress of Pakistan and He has urged Opposition that instead of uniting against the government, join the government to work for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan.
Taking to Twitter on Saturday, Afridi reminded that opposition parties, which were united against the PTI government, were once against each other. He urged the opposition to join hands with the government instead of seeking its removal.
Shahid Afridi’s stance is to give current government reasonable time to showcase their performance and It’s his statement not to criticize government based on their performance of just one year and so. That’s the reason, He has shown concern regarding recent Azadi march against PTI Government.
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