ISLAMABAD – BNP-M chief Sardar Akhtar Mengal has hunted at quitting federal government.
He has said that there is no benefit of sitting with the government if their demands were not accepted.
The BNP-M chief said that they could vote against the government in the wake of no-confidence movement. “The Afghans born in Pakistan should be given all citizen rights except the right to vote,” he said.
Akhtar Mengal said that do not yearn for the government. “We all will become the ministers if our problems are solved,” he said.