JC report to discourage politics of agitation: Siddiqui

LAHORE: Prime Minister’s Special Advisor on National Affairs Irfan Siddiqui on Saturday said that Judicial Commission’s report on alleged rigging in election 2013 would discourage the politics of agitation and allegations in the country.

He was talking to Punjab Governor Mohammad Rafiq Rajwana during a meeting at the Governor’s House.

Irfan Siddiqui termed it a good omen that a culture of positive and constructive politics was being emerged in the country and all its credit went to the people of Pakistan.

He said that the masses rejected the agitative tactic in politics because they wanted resolution of their issues through the democratic way which was a positive sign.

Governor Mohammad Rafiq Rajwana said that Prime Minister Mohammad Nawaz Sharif’s address to the nation after findings of Judicial Commission gave a tremendous approach to the future politics in the country.

He said that the country needed an environment free from unrest and disparity so that the government could focus on the major issues of the nations.