LAHORE-Former Punjab governor Chaudhry Sarwar, who resigned from his post on Thursday, says Pakistani institutions should follow the methods employed abroad.
Speaking to journalists in Lahore on Sunday, he said that Pakistani leaders travel abroad often, and questioned why they cannot implement the same methods employed there at home. He said that he is hopeful that the situation in Pakistan will get better after devolution of power. He said that he resigned from his post after putting much thought into it and dispelled rumours that he will be joining the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). Sarwar, who had left his British nationality to become governor of Punjab province, also rejected rumours of him applying for dual nationality again. He said that he will return to Pakistan soon. He also demanded punishment to those responsible for Model town killings. He regretted that every third overseas Pakistani was target of mafia.