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15/01/13  DUBAI:-“In the situation what is prevailing in the country, change would have become order of the day if I had been in place of General Kayani. I am looking into the situation with due consideration”, he said this in a telephonic conversation with a private TV channel.

Describing the long march announced by Dr Tahir ul Qadri successful, former president said he had been extending full cooperation to Qadri from the very first day. It is a good omen that Qadri has raised voice in support of people’s rights.

Throwing light on the constitutional job of the Army, he said that security forces are scions of Pakistani nation and their obligation is to defend the frontiers of country and maintain peace. I hope security forces will not rise against the nation nor will any force be used against the nation, he remarked.

The rulers have lost their credibility, he said adding they have no right to rule the country nor have they capability to run the country. “I hope people will hold them accountable, he added.

PML-N had no potential to pull the country out of the crisis and only people can bring about change in the country, he held.
 
 
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