LONDON: Nawaz Sharif on Thursday said the country is moving towards instability and the current circumstances in Pakistan are not satisfactory.
Nawaz added that the country, which was progressing well, is now moving towards instability after the July 28 decision.
"I said it during my rally in Quetta too, such decisions become the reason for anarchy in a country," said the former prime minister.
Nawaz said his government has worked hard during the last four years to improve the country and the circumstances of the masses.
However, he said, terrorism which was under control during his leadership is again rearing its head in the country.
"CPEC projects have slowed down, projects are not progressing at the speed as they were during our tenure," elaborated Nawaz further and added that the stock exchange, which was hovering around 54,000 points, has now dropped down to around 37,000 points.
"These are all economic indicators. Political instability effects the country."
Nawaz also expressed his dismay at the currentcircumstances.