Pakistan facing serious political crisis, says Mustafa Kamal

Pak Sarzameen Party leader Mustafa Kamal said on Saturday that there is a serious political crisis going on in the country due to lack of governance, while speaking to journalists at Allama Iqbal Airport.
A three-member PSP delegation under Kamal arrived in Lahore today on the invitation of Pakistan Awami Tehreek leader Dr Tahirul Qadri for a meeting.
The PSP leader said: “Tahirul Qadri wants to meet us to express his point of view on issues,” he said. “There is a political crisis going on in the country. The entire government is focused on saving one person. There is no governance today.”
Kamal said that the criticism of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz leader on the judiciary is not appropriate and his words will haunt him in the future.
“Country cannot function if you don’t follow the decisions of institutions,” he added. 
Mustafa Kamal, Raza Haroon and Iftikhar Randhawa will meet Dr Qadri at the latter’s Model Town residence. 
Kamal on Friday accepted the invitation of the PAT leader to visit him.
Dr Qadri expressed his gratitude to Kamal for openly supporting PAT’s stance on Model Town judicial report. Both leaders agreed to discuss the content of the judicial report and deciding a future course of action on the issue.
Kamal told Dr Qadri that after the report it is quite clear that Punjab CM Shehbaz Sharif and Punjab Law Minister Rana Sanaullah were responsible for the killings.
Meanwhile, a delegation of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf comprising; Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Jahangir Tareen, Chaudhry Sarwar, Aleem Khan, Ejaz Chaudhry and Mian Mehmoodur Rasheed will also meet PAT Chairman at his Model Town residence today.