ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said that he has no lust for power as discharging the duty of the prime minister is not a bed of roses but thrones.
In his address at the joint session of the parliament on Friday, the prime minister said that it is not easy to overcome all the daunting challenges faced by the country, adding that it was the opposition which asked him not to resign from his office.
The prime minister urged the political parties to make a solemn pledge that they will remain united for the cause of democracy and supremacy of constitution, rule of law while rising above their differences.
Sharif said that all the parties have set a great example by demonstrating unity in their ranks in the current political situation. He said that he is proud that the parliament has pursued a right course for democracy, the constitution and the rule of law.